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Viking dual fuel range wiring

What kind of 220 wiring do i need. #10 two or three wire. Thanks

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You will need a neutral, ground and 2 wires carrying 120V each

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220 consists of three wires...two 'hot' (red and black) and a neutral which is white.  Neutral to hot will give you 110...hot to hot 220.  Measure accordingly and use care!  Neutral and the frame of the stove are effectively the same terminal...for safety.
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