Question about Jenn-Air JJW8330D Electric Single Oven
U need to open/unscrew back and look at bottom connections to the left ( looking from the back) Earth green and yellow- Blue is neutral and Brown is live you probably need electrical female spade connectors for your end of the 'hard' wire !!
Posted on Dec 21, 2008
Your going to have to find the electrical load requirements for your oven.
Then your going to have to run wires to your ellectrial panel box and install a properly sized circuit breaker.
Usally you are looking at 208 single phase wiring at 40 amps.
It's going to take sheilded wires plus open copper ground.
The colors of the wires usally are Red, Black, and white with a bare copper.
The white will go to common. the bare wire to ground at your panel box and the red and black will be connected at the rear of the oven on the terminals, the white white will also go to a terminal and the bare copper will be attached to a ground screw on the rear of the oven.
It would be best to use a metal sheilded wire for your supply wire, alot of people use ROMEX ( no metal sheild)
The best wire to use would be solid copper. You run your wires and connect the oven side first , also when wiring the circuit breaker it's best to wire it before you install the breaker into the panel box.
If you are not knowledgeable on the wiring and not familar with the panel box I would suggest you turn the main power off before opening or installing the circuit breaker.
Posted on Feb 01, 2009
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