Question about GE Cooktops
I have a new GE 2009 stovetop and oven - has 4 wire and plug [red, black, white, gnd]. My old on-site panel has three breakers, one fifteen and two twenty-fives. Coming in to the box are the red, black, white and bare gnd. wires.
Question one: Does the new system need the fifteen amp breaker [the old box serviced a 1983 GE built-in oven with analog control panel which probably needed the separate 115 volt line]?
Question two: I know the red and black go from the twenty-five amp breakers to the plug-in box - what is the routing for the white and gnd? and if the fifteen amp breaker is used, what wire goes from it to the plug-in box?
I understand this Profile model doesn't need a separate 115v line for the controls.
White and ground are grounds there should be a ground rial in the fuse box, stove is 220 black and red go to 2 seperate breakers, 25 amps, and 15 amp is for 110 regular outlet
Posted on Oct 08, 2009
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