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Wiring a jec9536bdb cooktop

Can i use a 220v 2-wire feed for the ccoktop, or does it need to be 220v 3-fire supply?

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You need a three wire or two as long as you have the two hots and ground. dont skimp on wire size though. hope this helps

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