In a normal house, black and red are the hot wires and are wired to a circuit breaker or fuse at the panel box. White goes to the ground bar. Sometimes the white(neutral) is seperated from the ground. Sometimes they can be connected together. At the fuse box they both go to the silver ground bar. If you are attaching a cord and plug purchase one to match the outlet you have. Usually at the terminal block the hot wires are on the outside. Neutral in the middle. At the terminal block there is a metal strap or wire going from the center terminal to the frame of the stove. If the cord you have is just 3 wires leave it. If the cord you have uses 4 wires remove the strap and connect it seperately to the green or ground wire on the cord.
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A wiring diagram is a simple visual representation of the physical connections and physical layout of an electrical system or circuit. It shows how the electrical wires are interconnected and can also show where fixtures and components may be connected to the system. Use wiring diagrams to assist in building or manufacturing the circuit or electronic device. They are also useful for making repairs. DIY enthusiasts use wiring diagrams but they are also common in home building and auto repair. For example, a home builder will want to confirm the physical location of electrical outlets and light fixtures using a wiring diagram to avoid costly mistakes and building code violations. http://resumeplus.us
Sometimes if you call the manufacturer of an appliance and have your model number ready, they will email you an diagram or mail it to you. I would not tell them what you are planning on doing, simply because of them not recommending doing this they may not give you what you need. Just tell them you need a diagram thats all. I've done this in the past and it was free, just depends on the company you are dealing with. Hope this helps, good luck.
I believe that if you look on the name plate for the unit , it says that you will need a 30 amp, 220 volt supply circuit . This would be a two pole , 30 amp breaker , a run of # 10-3 cable with ground, and a junction box at the stove top location to make the splices. If you are going to use a plug connection, then a 30 amp 4 wire dryer outlet will give you the connection you need .
Hi, If you just want to eliminate it and not replace it now anyway, just raise the top, if it is elect, be sure you turn off the power or unplug it, and then mark or draw you a little diagram for future use and remove the wiring.If you need to cut the wires then do this and tape the ends before you plug it back in. Its just an annoying timer, that you can replace with a counter top. Good Luck, Shastalaker7
I've got the switch but i had to take off the bad one and take it to the parts store to get the replacement. Stupid me forgot to snap a photo of how the wires plug back in! Did you get your fixed and which wires are L1/L2 and which are H1/H2?
The wiring diagram is pasted on the inside of the panel you remove to get to the wiring. If no wiring diagram The blower operates on 110 volts not 220 So the wire goes from one of the hot sides (Black or red) to the switch controlling the fan to the motor , from the motor to the neutral (white/Bare) wire terminal. Pilot light for fan is attached to the same wires as the motor. If you don't know what you are doing disconnect all wires from the burner switches to the fan motor. This will mean you have to switxh on the fan yourself whenever you need it.