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Wire from circuit breaker is Black/White/Bare(ground). From Jenn Air is Black/White/RED/Green (ground). How do I wire? Jenn Air Black to Black, Jenn Air Red and White to White? Grounds (Jenn Air Green to Bare? Thanks

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  • donr4535 Apr 30, 2010

    I am afraid I don't understand your answer. It's late and maybe I'm just not thinking clearly, but there goes again. This is a Jenn Air JED8230 cooktop.\r\n\r\nThere are four wires from the Jenn Air: a red, a black, a white, and a green that I must connect to the three wire power from the breaker which has a black, a white, and a bare.

    I assume the Jenn Air green is the ground and should be connected to the power bare (ground to ground).

    I also assume the Jenn Air white is a neutral and should be connected to the power white.

    This leaves the Jenn Air red and black both to be connected to the power black.

    Is this correct?

    Again I apologize for my sluggishness. If you could please respond to me at donr4535@yahoo.com I would greatly appreciate it. Maybe I can fix breakfast.\

    Thanks again

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Depending on your local electrical code:and I see that the unit is 240 Volts A.C., then RED=Power/Black=POWER(L1 & L2)/WHITE="N"Neutral/and GREEN=SAFETY GROUND,on the new unit, then use from the wall power BLACK = L1 and White= L2. then on the unit RED=L1 and BLACK=L2(either way you hook these 2 up there isn't a polarity issue on these 2 wires) on the units hook-up/then use the BARE supply wire as neutral and tie BOTH WHITE and GREEN from the unit together to this BARE wire

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  • danny Hendrickson Apr 30, 2010

    Check with a volt-meter for 240 volts across the BLACK and WHITE House wires,then

    Hook-up: Bare House wire to the jenn air WHITE & GREEN=Neutral & Ground wire

    NEXT the BLACK house wire to the jenn air BLACK wire =120volts

    NEXT the WHITE house wire to the jenn air RED wire=120volts



    then check the voltage between the 2 sets of wires above you just connected together for the required 240volts

    I hope this clears the issue up for you!!!

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