I am working on a recently acquired Gtb Spirit that needs to be converted to run on 110V. From what I have read and been told, the 2 primary sides of both transformers need to have the jumper wires of their 110V and com tabs switched from series to parallel. This makes sense for the smaller transformer on the lh side of the cabinet, as the 110V and COM tabs were wired in series, but the large transformer on the rh side of the cabinet is wired much differently. On this one the lines coming in to the primary are going to the 100V and 120V tabs, with a jumper going between the other 100V and 120V tabs, and nothing going to the com tabs like the other one has. This transformer is a Gtb #C-19554-3 and is not referenced in the manual anywhere, so I'm not sure why it's like this or if it's safe to wire like the other transformer. I have a domestic HH and BH here to compare, but they both use different transformers that are single sided an don't take jumpers. I'll post a pic in a little bit, but can someone please look at their imported sys 80 and tell me how that rh transformer is supposed to be wired? Thanks!