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Electrical Question From Kevin About Oven Wiring


By Dave Rongey - Summary:

My kitchen stove, only 3 yrs. old has quit. I have power to the clock; burner lights come on, but no heat.

Electrical Question about Oven Wiring

Received from Kevin a Homeowner in Ontario, Canada

Question:My kitchen stove, only 3 yrs. old has quit. I have power to the clock; burner lights come on, but no heat. Also trouble code says GOOD. But no heat from burners and oven element. It is an Inglis model. Thank You in advance.
Regards,
Kevin

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2 Responses to “Electrical Question From Kevin About Oven Wiring”
  1. Dave Rongey says:

    Hi Bill,
    The only difference with the described wiring is that there are two black wires at the oven outlet which should be the 240 volt source from the dedicated circuit, therefore the wiring is matched color for color, except the red wire of the oven will connect to the second black wire of the oven outlet.
    Note: The circuit wiring should be tested and verified.
    Important: The circuit should be turned OFF before making any wiring connections.

    Be Safe,
    Dave

  2. bill deems says:

    My new wall oven is wired with a white, black, red, and a bare. My outlet has a white, bare and two black wires. What do I do? Thanks.