Question about Ovens
The installation instructions are in the user manual and the wiring must be done by an accredited , qualified electrician
do anything yourself and the warranty is void
Posted on Aug 14, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Gas oven electrical hookup issue
Hello. I can help you. What you have there at the wall is a circuit with 120 volts of power available. Your Gas oven requires 240 volts of power, thus the additional [red] wire. That said, they do not match up.
You will have to run a 240 volt wire from your electrical panel to rear of your stove opening with the correct circuit breaker in the panel, the correct amperage wire to the stove, the correct receptacle for the stove and the correct plug on the stove.
This is serious electricity here so do not proceed on your own as you could get seriously hurt or worse.
Posted on Aug 02, 2009
the unit is 240 volts not 120 volts/its ok to have the wht and green tied together so long as it comes directly from the house main panel/new law in some places require them to be separate/wht=Neutral/Green=safety grd to case...now how many watts does this unit draw? 2/12 wires sound awful small for the input current/sounds like you need to upgrade to atleast 2#6 wires for power/1#8 for neutral and atleast a #10 for safety ground
Posted on Oct 02, 2009
IF you nhave a 3 wire feed fronm the house for your range, you connect the red and black for the power and then use the copper wire from the wall to connect to the white and copper wires from the range. All new construction must have a 4 wire feed to a range and dryer.
Posted on May 10, 2010
SOURCE: How far does wall oven
well they can be pretty close because there alot of insulaion in the side and back of the oven. about a 1/2'' is okay really i've been in houses where it's touching the cabinets
Posted on Mar 22, 2011
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