High end electric stoves – While most appliances run at 120 volts, heavy appliances as electric furnaces and dryers requires special circuits carrying 240 volts. Moreover, unlike the basic circuits, heavy duty circuits have different power receptacle, depending on the current in the circuit. Therefore, it is important to choose the correct charge based on the fireplace you are installing.
Check the box switch so you have room to add a 240-volt circuit. Make the appropriate cuts for installing the high end electric stoves outlet. Depending on the design of the stove, you need a floor or wall outlet. It is important to plan the circuit to run as straight and direct as possible, because the copper wire is expensive and can be difficult to thread between floors.
Install cable for high end electric stoves; turn off the service panel by turning the main switch. Install the electrical connector on the knockout hole with lock nut on the inside and screw assembly on the outside of the box. Cable through contact with long enough to pull the wire around the edge of the box to avoid electrical bus bars. Connect the white wire to the neutral bar screw terminals. Insert the red and black wires on the back of the double-pole switch and snap the switch into place on the hot bus bar. Make connections to the vessel, which connect the red and black wires to the brass terminals, the white wire to the silver terminal and the ground wire to the green earth.