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I Need the wiring Diagram for a White Rogers 50D49-401 Intermittent Polit Ignition Control so that can convert to a later model

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You will need to contact Emerson to get this information, they are what used to be White Rogers. Call them at 937-498-3011, they are the only ones that will have this information.

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