Hi all. I recently picked up a table saw and dust collection unit at an auction. The DC had a duplex outlet wired through a delay device that would automatically turn on the DC unit ~2 seconds after the table saw started. Unfortunately, the previous owner had poorly soldered the wires onto the spade terminals of the Automator and they have since come loose. Since all the terminals have various amounts of solder glopped on them I can't tell what went where. I've done an internet search only to find out that the manufacturer is no longer in business and the inventor passed away last year. I have the patent documents and can understand the submitted wiring schematic, however, it makes no reference to the product that went to market, so I don't know what the terminals are attached to inside the unit. The unit is sealed so I can't look in and trace out the circuits. Is anyone out there familiar with this unit -- Automator DC-2400, manufactured by R.F. St.Louis Associates, Montague, NJ? Would you be willing to share the installation schematic?