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We need to know how to hook up the wiring for a 220
Keep this in mind also, on a range you have to consider amperage.On a Range, your 220 outlet has to be 50 amps, no more and no less. Best of luck,
Posted on Nov 26, 2009
If there is no 220 outlet in the location where you're planning to put the stove then you need to run wiring to the new location. There are two seperate phases of 110 volts coming to your home. The voltage between each of these phases and the neutral wire is 110 volts. When your house was wired only 1 of the 110 volt signals was run to your 110 volt outlets. In order to create a 220 volt outlet you need both of the 110 volt signals run to the outlet.
If you have a straight shot between your breaker box and the location where you need the 220 volt outlet then this is not too big a deal. If you have finished ceilings and walls inbetween then this will be much more difficult.
If you're not comfortable with electrical wiring this would be a good time to call a licensed electrician.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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