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My house wires from the electic stove top has 3 wires and my new bosch electric top has 4 on red, white, green, yellow?

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Hook the red and yellow off the new stove to the two hot phases-then connect the white on the new unit to the neutral power connection and finally the green wire can hook to the same neutral wire also as long as the power comes directly from the main electrical panel in the home, but not a sub-panel

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