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Convert 240 kiln to 120 ?

Posted by ellec (My Page) on
Mon, Jun 23, 08 at 16:53

I have a stackable 240v kiln with a sitter on the very bottom part. That bottom section is less than a cubic foot and would make a perfect test kiln so I'd like to change the wiring to 110/120v. I guess I could change the entire sitter, but since some of the parts can be used for either 240 or 110/120 I'm wondering if anyone knows which parts I HAVE to change.

Obviously the power cord, perhaps the wiring in between he sitter and the elements...

I would appreciate any help!


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