Frequently Asked Questions
1. How do you wire up a cooktop?
Connect the red and black wires on the cooktop to the red and black wires in the power supply box. The white wire is the neutral wire, which completes the circuit. The white wire on the cooktop will connect to the white wire in the power supply. The green wire is the ground wire, which grounds the circuit.
2. What voltage does a cooktop use?
The voltage for an electric stove is 240 volts but the current draw varies, and you can find it displayed on a label affixed to the back of the oven near the electric connection. Once you know that, you can purchase the receptacle, cable and circuit breaker
3. Is it safe to cook on a cracked glass cooktop?
Using a cracked glass cooktop is dangerous and poses a risk of electrical shock. The only way to be sure the cooktop is safe is to replace it or to replace the glass