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my oven i want to install requires 220Volt , and in my apartment electrican panel its two wires but phase to phase give 0 and separate 110 each .
should i install 220 in that palen for my oven ?

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prior 5 months 2020-12-15T14:09:42-05:00 8 Answers 26 views 0

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    Helo M. Dominick nice to text you again .
    okay i went to the main breaker 40 amps (wich loads piwer from the 400 amps 4 wire 3 phase disconnect) and there some breakers show’s me 220 volt and some 0 hot to hot

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    If that’s the case, go back to the main panel to the breaker for the sub and check the voltage there and report back.

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    This is the panel, so is okay if im wiring here 220 volt 2 hot wire ,
    why im asking is because millimeters line to line give me only 0 volt , and line to neutro 110
    and yes is sub- panel and the picture is the main disconect to the basement


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    Dude, every house has a single-phase panel. And those panels have two hots. I asked you to post a picture of your panel, not just part of it. How I’m I suppose to help you?

    Is this panel maybe a sub-panel?

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    this is my panel 40 amps and i need to instal oven 220 and washer- dryer combo also 220


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    line to line i have 0 volt line to neutral i have 110 volt , so this is not okay to put 220 breakers for oven beacuse i have one phase ? this is the panel i have , thanks for your help

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    Dude, just the way you’re talking here, you really shouldn’t be in an electrical panel. I have no idea what you have for one.

    You only have one phase, each hot of the single-phase should be 120 volts, together 240. But with no information, I can only assume what you have.

    Don’t mean to sound like a dick, but if you want help and in a panel, you need to know more about what you’re doing.

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