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Installing my oven

I'm confused, i have a older house, when i pulled mu older oven out it had only 3 wires to hook up, white black and copper bare.
Now my ge double jtp27boa2bb has a red wire added to it. How do i hook this up?

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  • aa7672002 Dec 26, 2008

    Sadly i dont have the old oven to check the plate, but my brother inlaw check volts coming out and hegot 110 out of both.

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You may not be able to dur this because the whit shoul be a neutral and the red and blk 22o and the copper is your grd. look at the old oven's data plate and see if it says 120/220 volts ok? you may have to get another wire to the ovens

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