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They are probably just tinned copper wires in which case it is safe to connect to a bare copper wire. However, you should check the specifications to ensure it is not aluminum wiring. If it is then you need to use appropriately rated connectors to connect the two together.
When I want to get rid of strong odors, I use a tray of vinegar. It doesn't have to be a lot of vinegar. Try to maximize the vinegar to air surface (shallow pan). Leave it in there overnight, and it should do the job.
No this is not safe nor to code. Extension cords cannot be concealed. A new circuit should be run to the new location and the old circuit decommissioned and/or removed. Depending on if the oven is hardwired or corded will dictate how it should be terminated (either a plug or an electrical box). It sounds like you are unfamiliar with this, so the "best" way ...
Never leave a live empty socket unless it is behind a guard for safety reasons. It would be better to leave the old bulb in. Big box has replacements last time mine went out. Couple of bucks. Then at least you can check the progress of your pizzas.
You should try to get it back into the slot (Unplug the oven first). I've had bulbs burn out in ovens and not gotten around to replacing them for months. Never had an issue with the ovens performance or safety.
My toaster oven broke after 3 months of having it atop of my microwave oven, wouldn't recommend it
check the voltage at the recepticle its plugged into. It should be 240 volts or pretty close. You may need to change out the breaker in the electrical panel if you are not getting the right voltage or there may be a wire problem that may need replacement or repair. Call an electrician if you don't have the correct voltage.
It's referring to the electrical service supplying the house. Most homes in the US are supplied by a single phase service, which is often described as a 120/240 Volt system. If your house is supplied by a three phase system, it could be a 120/208 Volt system. In both these cases you'll be able to install the equipment you have. NEMA 14 devices are four ...
Professional Grade FibraMent Baking Stones --Breadtopia.com The next best thing to a wood fired hearth oven for your breads and pizzas. Their high thermal mass [3/4" thick] and even heat transfer properties cannot be equaled with lighter, lesser quality pizza stones. My parents keep theirs on the lower rack, whether it's 'being used' or not.
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