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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
if you have not removed the old one yet . reinstall the ones onthe right to the right. and the same on the left . there is on most ovens only two . mm
Posted on Nov 22, 2009
According to the manufacturer's schematic, the orange wire is powered through a 15 amp breaker from the red conductor.
Posted on Dec 23, 2009
SOURCE: i just installed an electrolus
Unfortunately, you do not have 220 volt standard house wiring. In fact, I bet if you put a meter on it, you will only have 110 volt. All US standards and codes require the standard 220 Volt wiring (Red and Black - hot; White - Neutral and green is the ground.
Also you need to look into what the oven require for amperage. Not only is that important for the circuit breaker that you install but also the size of the wire required.
I would suggest you read your manual and then run the proper size wire from the circuit breaker panel to the ovens.
If you attempt to operate the ovens on the wire you have installed, your insurance company has not legal obligations to pay for the repair of your house when it burns down.
Posted on Jul 12, 2011
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