Question about Cooktops
I am replacing a stove top. The old one had six wires connected individually. Black, White, Red, Green (ground), Blue and Yellow.
My new stove top does not have any wires to connect to the Blue and Yellow. The Blue & Yellow wires are the ones coming from my elecrtical panel.
What do I do with them?
First, please don't do your own electrical work if you are unsure about what you're doing. It's worth it to hire an electrician.
Not sure what the blue and yellow wires could be. The others are standard 220V colors, but that doesn't mean that they are connected the standard way in the panel. If you know how to remove the panel cover and look at the breakers, make sure you do that before you assume anything. If you don't know how, call an electrician.
Assuming the blue and yellow are no longer needed, and that the other four are wired properly, you should disconnect the blue and yellow wires on both ends and remove them if possible. If you can't remove them, you should insulate both ends and mark them as being disconnected.
Posted on Oct 02, 2009
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