Question about Kitchen Ranges
You can check with a voltmeter and see which 2 wires have AC voltage in them.
Go with a 500 VAC (Volts AC) and carefully test the wires. Only 2 will have voltage.
The other 2 will be dead. My guess is the 2 blue wires will be AC. BE VERY CAREFUL.
Have a helper there to unplug the unit should you touch what you shouldnt.
After you determine which have AC unplug the stove and look at the rectifier. It should have
a ~ looking stamped in it where the AC goes on 2 of the terminals. The other 2 should have a
+ and a - . Red usually being positive connect Red to the +. Black being negative connect Black
to the - . Should do the trick. Let me know if it doesnt look that way.
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Posted on Mar 17, 2011
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