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#41245 - 08/20/04 10:26 PM EQUIPNENT GROUND ON ELECTRIC RANGES  
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I looked at an installation this week that had a disconnect outside and a breaker panel about 30'inside the apartment.There was 4wire SE cable between the disconnect and the panel what bothered me was that the range circuit was 3 wire SE. I thought that ranges always were 4 wire after a disconnect.I know now that all ranges are 4 wire This installation was put in mid 70's was 3 wire OK back then. THANKS HYPRESS.


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#41246 - 08/20/04 10:56 PM Re: EQUIPNENT GROUND ON ELECTRIC RANGES  
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yes it changed in 93 or 96 I think 96



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