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New Wall Oven wiring

I am installing a new wall oven that has a red, black, white and ground lead. From my house - this is my problem: I have a 220 black, white and ground lead. I also have a 110 from the house with a black, white and ground.

Can you help me with which wires do I connect from the 220 and 110 to the wall oven? I appreciate your help.

Mark Hall

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  • mark_hall760 Dec 12, 2008

    Larry,



    The 110 was hooked in to my old oven with the 220. So do I just cap off the 110 connections and not worry about it?



    Thank you,



    Mark

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On a 220v unit you dont use the 110 ,,, connect the red and black as power and the white as ground / larry

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    Larry Youngblood Dec 12, 2008

    yes ,,, he may have had something on his to use the 110 for or the ones your looking at are both 110 / check voltage to make sure you have 220 on one set and if not you have two sets of 110 so if you do then connect both black to the oven black, both white to oven red and both ground to oven green and it will give you 220 but be better to run a complete 220 to oven with a 220v breaker / larry

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