hooking up electric rangeReport
Please briefly explain why you feel this question should be reported .
My electric range was originally hardwired through a junction box. It was disconnected recently when we were flooded here in Baton Rouge.
The range has dried out and I want to reconnect it. (I was not the person who disconnected it.)
The wiring from the range is one red, one white and one black wire all of which are insulated. The 4the wire is bare copper.
The wiring in the junction box is two big black insulated wires and one large bare aluminum wire.
Questions: (1) Since the insulated wires from the junction box are the same color (black) am I safe to assume it does not matter which black wire to connect to the red or black wires from the stove?
Question (2) Does the white insulated wire from the stove connect to the large aluminum wire from the junction box, and if so where does the bare copper wire from the stove go? Help!
in progress 0Electrical 4 years 2016-08-30T16:33:00-04:00 2016-08-30T16:33:00-04:00 1 Answer 514 views 0