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Power just wondering if this oven can be run wiht a 10 amp power point ore shoud it be hard wired . thank you

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Most ovens require a 30 amp breaker or fuse. 

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We want to buy a Neff bu-in double oven which needs a 20 amp supply (hard-wired).Our old existing oven is running on a 30 amp supply apparently. Will we have problems when the new Neff is fitted?


The breaker could be changed from 30a to 20a. A 30amp breaker will run the unit but you will have less/no protection since the oven will pull 10 extra amps before it trips which could totally fry your oven depending on the failure.
Re-check the wording to see if it says 'minimum' 20amp breaker or if it indicates 20amp breaker only. If it's minimum 20amp I'd run it.
If it says 20amp only, I'd change the breaker. The existing wiring and outlet will be OK, if the plug-in is the same.
Get an electrician to change the breaker. You should really know what you are doing before you try it yourself.

Sep 16, 2017 | Neff Ovens

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Hi, I am thinking about buying a logik lbfanx10 oven but I understand it has to be hard wired. My old oven is simply fitted with a 13amp plug and it just plugs into a socket. As I do not know the power...


The following website installation and user manual indicates a current value of 13-15 Amperes. You may have upgrade the wiring and the plug.
https://www.manualslib.com/manual/935752/Logik-Lbfanw10.html?page=11#manual Specification Model LBFANX10
Rated Voltage 230 - 240 V
Rated Frequency 50 Hz
Power 3200 - 3500 W
Current 13 - 15 A
Top Element 1200 W
Bottom Element 1100 W

Oct 10, 2017 | Ovens

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HOW TO WIRE A SINGLE INTEGRATED OVEN? Can it be wired into the mains cooker point?


An integrated oven that has a 13 amp plug can be wired into a cooker point without any concerns since you are wiring it into a feed that is capable of handling a greater power requirement than is needed.


For the avoidance of doubt, the other way around, if you are considering putting a 13 amp plug on a unit that is designed for direct hardwiring into a cooker point, you should think again because it is probably capable of drawing more current than the 13 amp socket could safely handle

Jul 19, 2011 | Ovens

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My kenmore double oven model 41165 stopped working after a minutes power outage. It was cooling down the time after the self cleaning cycle. It is hardwired into a 40 amp breaker. I tried tripping it but...


its more than likely a burnt wire ,, turn off the breaker its hard wired into, ( you might want to set up a plug system for it at this time if that's possible, ) open the back where the plug goes into the unit, and check for power, if you can use a multimeter that's cool, If your unsure as to how to check it, you might want to call a service repair

Jun 12, 2011 | Kenmore 47793 Electric Double Oven

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What size breaker and wire for this oven


Hello Sbilko,

I understand that you are tring to find a breaker and wire size for your GE JKP28 Double Oven. As I look up the specs on your oven I find that both ovens are rated at 30 amps. This requires you to use two thirty amp breakers one for each oven. The industry standard for Oklahoma requires that you use at least #10/2 wire for a 30 amp breaker. However, in some places it states that you can use #12/2 although I would not recommend using #12 gauge wire.

My suggestion to you is two 30 amp breakers and #10/2 gauge wire, this should be what will take care of the circuits and keep the wire form heating up.

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Mar 29, 2011 | GE JKP28 Electric Double Oven

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F3 FUSE BLOWING. DURING MAG AMPERAGE TEST 17.25 AMPS DOESNT BLOW FUSE AFTER 15 TO 20 SECONDS OF MAG TEST MODE. BLOWS 10 SECONDS AFTER STARTING TRUE COOK CYCLE. 208 VOLT OVEN. STEST SHOWS ALL ITEMS...


so you seem to know alot or enough to get by on this oven and you have the testing equipment clearly since you gave me the amp reading.

17.25 is just a little to high. Which is prolly why your having a hard time figuring out the problem. The next thing i would check would be the HV transformers. One of them is prolly pulling just to much. They should be somewhat even.

Discharge the HV Cap before continuing
Unplug the wire coming from the first cap to the transformer at the transformer and then energize the mag current record your amps

then plug that one back in and repeat for the other cap and HV transformer

hopefully you will notice a big difference in the amps between the two transformers

if that didn't work you will need to measure the windings of each transformer of which turbochef will give you this info

Also if the oven is working in test mode but not in a true cycle. Run it in a true cycle. Clamp your meter on then power up the oven and run the cycle that blows the fuse. See if the amps spike before the fuse blows

These fuses are expensive, too expensive to be blowing testing the oven. Bring the fuse to home depot and buy a bunch from them. There not an exact match, they will be a little short but will work for testing purposes. Once fixed buy the proper fuse from turbochef there around 10 bucks each

Good luck and don’t get down that you replaced those parts and its still not working. Most repair company’s replace all those parts anyway. Your typical bill to fix this problem is around 1800.

Oct 22, 2009 | TurboChef C3 Single Oven

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Our electrolux eob5630 oven keeps turning off


its the thermal cut out. replace it. ISOLATE oven.
slide oven out a few inches, remove knobs, remove front panel(two screws)
you will only be able to pull panel 3-4" due to wires.
Cutout has 2 blue and 2 white wires..
you may need to snip a couple of cable ties.
Put new cutout in one wire at time( easy to forget where they go)
Tidy up wires. Put cover back. Secure oven in hole.
Turn on power. Reset clock(otherwise won't work)
Done 10 minute job

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Installing a B1641 oven


Providing it is just a single fan oven on it's own. then it will work fine from a normal 13 amp socket.
If it is a double oven, then it will have to be hard wired into a cooker control switch box, protected with a 30amp circuit trip or fuse.
Please rate my solution to your query.
Thanks.

Feb 19, 2009 | Neff B1641 Single circotherm super...

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We need to install the lower heating element in the upper oven


ill aasumme that yo can see the elemnet in question, and its not a "hidden bake" elemnet located under the oven floor.. should be an easyrepair, with a little bit of patience. don trush shoudl only take 10 min anyway. TURN OFF POWER> LIVE WIRES TO ELEMENT AT ALL TIMES. REGARDLESS OF UNIT ON OR NOT!!! ther ewill be 2 screws along the bottom of the element holding the elemnt in the unit. after emoving carfully slide the old elemnt out a few inches, slowly pull out, for the wires are still attached to the back of elemnt and you want them to stay there you dont want them to disconnect and fall behind unit, (you will then need to remove the unit form the wall to access htem). so pull slowly espescially if you feel resistance in the wiring. after you getit out far enough simply unplug and plug in the new one reinstalll and you shoud be fine

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