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I want to know if my wall oven is 110 or 220 .

It had three wires the colors of this wires are black,white and red and i would like to know about it . I want to thanks if you have an answer .

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Almost all electric oven are two twenty, but a voltage tester is a good idea, look at the breaker for it, if it is a double pool it probably is the red and white should both have 110 to the white wire, I hope this helps, God Bless.

Posted on Dec 27, 2008

  • David Johnson
    David Johnson Dec 27, 2008

    sorry red and black to white





    double pole

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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

Posted on Dec 12, 2008

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