Has a 10g red wire and black white green 12g wires
electricians in Texas and Traulsen.
Being a Hobart product, we don't have access to the wiring diagrams. only Hobart techs have that. However, you have one attached to the machine. That's where you start. They should have a connection box with a terminal block that is marked with L1, L2, L3, N, and G. Because it has the slash 110, Neutral will most likely be required. With 240 you only have 2 power legs. So referral to the wiring diagram will be required.
Next look at the control system. Does it have a multi tap control transformer to change the voltage from 208 to 240. Especially important if the machine has solid state controls.to prevent over-voltage damage. Also look for a mother board with voltage taps that have to be re-positioned. Now comes the main load contactor and heaters. If the unit was on 3 phase 208, it may have a 3 pole contactor for the resistive load. If so, one has to go to the Traulsen wiring diagram for the re-wire. All this assuming that you gave the power rating plate as above.
Second problem I have is that I can't find that model number. You say warmer, do you mean a food holding cabinet or re-thermalizer? Or something like a proofing box.
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