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Es100/105 schematic would like the schematic to the es100/105 to see if i can adapt this to run a 110 elemant to use ion a home made smoker. want to adapt the relays to work on 120v rather than 240v if i see the schematic for this control i want to see if i can jump neutral over for the other side of the 240

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    bruce_damen Dec 02, 2012

    i removed the orange wire which was feeding the one side of the 120V for both the broiler and oven elemnets and atttached it to the common and it works!!1

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