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 Can you change electricity from 120V to 240V in your kitchen so that you could use a new electric oven instead of an old gas oven?

Answer Answer NoThe wiring isn't big enough to carry the load of an electric rangeChristmas is no time for a fire!Call an electrician!
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Is it possible to power a 240V oven off 120V?

AnswerAre you certain that you mean "amps"? Maybe you mean 110 VOLTS. The voltage in most home circuits are 110 volts except for a few appliances like driers, well pumps, hot water heaters, etc. An... Read More »
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How do you rewire a 120V circuit to 240V for an oven?

Answer for USA, Canada and countries running a 60 Hz power supply service. The plain answer is that you can't! There is no 110 Volt application I can think of that would have a heavy enough [large ... Read More »
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Will a 230V 50Hz appliance work on a 240V 60Hz supply. In Canada we have 240V 60Hz and European kitchen appliances are made for 230V 50Hz. Can you use an EU fridge oven cooktop dishwasher microwave?

It depends on the appliance; some motors rely on the mains frequency of 50Hz to operate at the correct speed so changing to 60Hz might cause problems. It's probably best to check the manufacturer's... Read More »
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What type of wire is behind the oven on an electric range oven?

The wire behind an electric range oven is a universal electric range cord. Cords come in 40 or 50 amps. Refer to the nameplate rating on the electric range to determine the correct size needed. The... Read More »
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