Do all electric ranges have fuses?
I have NEVER seen a range (or stove) that had a fuse. The panel box of the home may have a fuse or breaker that protects the circuit for the stove but it's not a part of the stove itself.
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How do you hook up an electric range into a 3-phase switch box with a number 2 service cable coming into the box and cartridge type fuses?
One View . You shouldn't. However, in a residence, you don't have 3-phase.You have single phase delivered by two "hot wires" and a ground. Inthat case, you would need to det…ermine if you have adequateelectrical capacity for the range. That means a spare 40 or 50 Ampsfor an oven / range combination, 30 Amps for just a cook top.Assuming capacity, you probably still have a problem with adding acircuit to the fuse box. There are limitations on how many fusesyou can have. In any case, you need fuses rated 30-50 A, asappropriate, and four conductor cable (3-wire plus ground #10-6AWG, as appropriate). Home stores sell appropriately ratedreceptacles / supply cords to complete the installation. If you arenot absolutely sure of what you are doing, this is a job for anelectrician. . In regards to the first answer. 220 is not delivered with twohot wires and a ground. 220 Volt Service (200 amp usually) isdelivered from the power company using 2 hot legs and a NEUTRAL.The ground is provided by the home owner's electrical serviceinstallation. Neutral should never be treated as a GROUND. It isnot a GROUND. AnotherView . My parents lived above my fathers machine shop...the shop had220 volt 3 phase power....my mother used her wood range for yearsand would not part with it. My grandmother moved out of provinceand gave her electric range to my mom so she decided to use both,very handy for large family get together...We hooked the electricrange to the 3 phase 220 power...just used 2 of the 3 hot wires andall was fine...we did add a breaker box between the 3 phase bus boxand the range, so it was done by code and had two 30 ampbreakers...never a problem. However, do not attempt this with 440volt power unless you step it down with the appropriatetransformer...also VERY IMPORTANT to ground the range to the groundon the service panel! AnotherView . The assumption here is that you have a single-phase range, butthere are also 3-phase commercial ranges. The hookup for a 3-phaserange is the same as any other 3-phase 4-wire circuit. . For a single-phase range, this is a common need for kitchens atcommercial buildings and offices that have 3-phase power. You canhook a range (wired for single phase) to a 3-phase, 208 volt or 240volt switch box by using two of the cartridge-type fuses. First,check the range nameplate for voltage rating and circuit Amperes.Use the proper size fuses and try to use a spare fuse holder thathas only two poles. If the only one available has 3-poles, thenleave out one of the fuses and only connect your two range wires totwo of the fuses. Also connect the neutral and ground wires to theneutral and ground buses in the switch box.
Answer . I have a 02 Tracker and the fuses are "mini" fuse type that i purchase at Wal-Mart.Individual packs per size of fuse or the variety pak.
Why have no electrical power in cigarette lighters in 2000 Grand Voyager - all fuses are OK - no other electrical problems?
Answer . Are yu getting power to sockets - if so could be the heating elements. yeah, as a matter of fact, we have no electrical power in cigarette lighters down here on e…arth either. you see, while electricity is a modern marvel to many breeds of primates, it should be black letter law to any human that cigarette lighters operate on the principal of an iron derivative contacting flint and producing kinetic energy in the form of sparks. . i suppose it is possible that this question is directed towards the actual space shuttle. in that case, i can only assure the computer generated algorithm that posed this question that no space shuttle has ever been equipped with a cigarette lighter, even back in the 1960s. furthermore, these cigarette lighters are merely an embodiment of current through a resistor, which is the kind of engineering a child might accomplish and certainly not the sort which a space program wastes valuable energy to experiment upon.
Normally a fuse is a device in your home fuse box that will blow out or shut down the electricity to an area of your home that had a overload of current drawn. A circuit break…er may be used in place of an fuse.
More information about the make and model of the range, cooker, oven, etc. is needed to be able to answer this question, assuming it is asking about the fuses to go inside the… frame of the appliance itself. But if it is asking a general question about the size of circuit breaker that should be used to protect a range circuit, see the answer to the Related Question shown below.
Most Gas ranges require power for the electric starter, in that case a 110V 15A plug outlet is required. Some gas ranges are "duel fuel" where there is an electric element …in the oven as well as gas. then there are some that are gas for the cooktop burners but pure electric. in the last two cases, usually they requre 220v 40A, but its best to check with the manufacturer for power specifications before installing these ones.
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\nThat's what it's for. You send too much current through the fuse and it blows to keep the circuit from getting any more power.
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To prevent an overload or short from causing the wiring in the circuit supplying power to the appliance from overheating and possibly catching on fire. The fuse is there to pr…otect the wiring and not what is plugged into that circuit.
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To answer this question correctly the wattage and voltage of the range is needed.
Equipped with its own switchboard, it sat on metal legs with the oven well above the cooking surface. Until 1912 most electric ranges were converted gas cookers made of cast-i…ron and some insulation
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they have fuses because they need to get electricity from somewhere
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Safety devices used in electrical circuits. Answer A fuse is an overcurrent protection device, and will operate in the event of a sustained overload current or a short-…circuit current.
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A fuse is intended to be a weak link of thin wire that goes inseries with a circuit. If the current becomes too high for anyreason, the fuse wire melts and cuts off the supply…. Without afuse, the circuit will heat up until something else melts, whichmight cause a fire. So fuses are necessary to prevent electrical fires.
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