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Delonghi FGE6X I have a gas oven with grill Delonghi 220 volts, but in my house I have 220 volts, only 110 volts. How do I connect?

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SOURCE: 1990 jenn air oven

Electric ovens use 220 and gas ovens use 110.

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SOURCE: Delonghi oven grill broken, oven still works?

You will probably find it is the grill element that is faulty, a common fault on your brand of oven, to be certain, you need a meter to test it.
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