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Do you know anything about thermadors electric stove? res30 its 4 wire and my home is 3 wire. Home was built in 1960 the wiring is 40 amp 2 hots and a ground. I am assuming I can use a grounding strip for the 4 wire stove. (but correct me if need be). The other concern is the electronics for the stove. Is the green line for protecting that portion of the appliance? thank you.

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