Hello Bradley members.
I bought a Bradley Digital Smoker Replacement Smoke Generator on ebay. My first one is broken after 5 years use. Probably some loose connections on the electric system. The panel is blinking on and of. When it is on, it does not react when i push bottons.
However, saturday i had my first try to smoke some ham with the new smoke generator.
The smoker started, and everythin seamed to work good. Byt after five minuttes the fuse (in my house) broke. When i checked the smoker, the burn element for woodpucks whas melted. At the display, everything seemed to be ok. When i checked, i discovered that the new smokegenerator is a 110 volt version. In Norway we have 220 volt! The heat element in the cabin and the panel seams to work normal.
What do i do now?
Is it possible to by some new parts to make my new smokegenerator to a 220 volt version?
What parts are probably broken, and need to be replaced in my (new 110volt) smoker?
Is it possible to move the panel from the 110 volt version over to the old 220 volt version - and then hope that the old smoker is fit for fight igain?
I hope somebody can help me.