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 Do all electric ovens cooktops ranges and clothes dryers operate on 208v as well as 240v?

Answer No, use only the voltage for the appliance that your utility system is supplying to your residence. If your system is 208 volts use 208 volt appliances. Likewise if the utility system is 240 volts ... Read More »
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How do you upgrade the service from a 120V 100A circuit breaker to 240V 30A for appliances like ovens and dryers?

Answer Have an electrician wire you a proper line for the appliance. You were just kidding about the 100A, right? 10, or 20amp, not 100.
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Why did some consumers favor gas ranges over electric ovens?

Some consumers favored gas ranges over electric ovens because food could be cooked faster on a gas range, and gas ovens did not interfere with other electrical appliances. A gas range also left no ... Read More »
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Do electric clothes dryers have thermostats?

Just like gas-powered clothes dryers, electric clothes dryers may use either a thermostat or a moisture sensor. According to Consumer Reports, thermostats typically are found in the most basic, che... Read More »
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Is it OK to use both a gas and electric clothes dryers in the same home if both connections are available?

Answer Both are only an appliance. Neither knows anything about the presence of the other. They won't get jealous or have some kind of fight during the middle of the night. Why not if you feel that... Read More »
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