replacing an electric range
If the wall outlet matches the new range's cord plug... sure. Unfortunately (for some) most newer ranges come with a 4 prong plug and many older ones used only a 3 prong. In that case a new 4 lead (3 + ground) branch circuit may need to be installed from the house fuse/breaker panel and an appropriate wall outlet installed.
BTW. It is now the law in most areas that ranges must have 'anti-tip' brackets installed for them. They come with the new range and are not that difficult to mount but will need to be done when replacing an older range.
** DanO post those schematics again **
Sorry but I don't recall where that image was uploaded to. Maybe you could look for the other message which had it and link to that message?
The Appliance Information Site
[This message has been edited by DanO (edited February 09, 2004).]
Electric Range under a window
Front Burner Possibly Stays On—Kenmore Model #911.93578
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