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How do u change from 110 to 220 volts. Do u just

I seem to trip breaker using 110 volts. Would like operate unit using 220, The unit is capable of both, but not sure how to do so.

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There should be a wiring diagram label on the inside cover that tells you where to connect the leads for 220 volt operation. I assume you do not have the manual, so you can also call 1-800-332-3281 for Hobart assistance and a manual.

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