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Bought a GE counter top range to replace an old GE counter top. New range has three wires: black, red, and bare copper. House wires are black, black (both read 110v live each) and a bare aluminum. Not sure which goes where.

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    Seems to work.  No fire yet.  Thank you.


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Blk to blk blk to red and copper to aluminum

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White (Neutral) - 0VAC
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I suspect that the two black wires from your power panel are the two hot leads in your case. That is...each one should read 110-120VAC. Verify this my measuring each black lead to ground. The copper wire is probably a ground or neutral. It sounds like this is an older house (?).

The following link will give you some advice as well:

http://www.fixya.com/support/r793520-3_prong_4_prong_power_cord_conversion

In addtion, the electric service for major appliances like a Range or Dryer should have its OWN dedicated circuit to prevent overloading. I hope you find this information helpful. If you have questions, please let me know.

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