Question about Microwave Ovens
Every range I have seen has wires that extend beyond the slide in or drop in so that an electrician can run an electrical line near by. I expect that your existing range has wires that are wire nutted to an extended line from your electrical service protected by a double circuit breaker located in your service cabinet. Remember that the range takes 220V ac service or three wires at least for hook up. A trip to Best BUY or any other like store, will enable you to observe a range in its un mounted state. This way you can plan how you are going to execute the swap.
I suspect that you can slide the range part way out to where you can reach the hook up ad un wire nut the connections.
Posted on Dec 28, 2010
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