I am intending to replace my electric slide-out range with a gas
model. Is there an adapter or converter available that will allow me
to utilize the 220 line that currently runs to my electric range in
order to make the 110 connection for the electronics on the gas range?
Or am I going to have to run a new electric line as well?
<< Or am I going to have to run a new electric line as well? >>
Not if you have a four wire plug (connection, whatever). A four wire setup will
have two 240's, a ground and neutral. Your servicing electricial can wire an
outlet for 120 V from the neutral and one of the 240's. Should be easy. HTH
If you pull one side of your hot wire and the nuetral wire from your
240v service to make a 110 receptcle. It will work. You only have to
worry about the 50 amp breaker protecting that service. That 15amp
service gas range will get really hot before it will pop a 50 amp
breaker. Just my opinion from a similair situation.
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