Happy new year. Looking for some advice:
I am in Toronto, Canada, and my condo was built in 2004.
I recently renovated my kitchen and now replacing the gas stove range with a separate cooktop and wall oven. The old gas stove range was plugged into a 3-hole wall receptacle. The second receptacle in the gang was unused.
The breaker to those 2 kitchen outlets is 20Amps as checked in the electrical panel.
Now the new cooktop came with a 3-prong plug attached, which I just plugged into one of the two receptacles (pic attached) and it works fine.
But the new oven came with a 4-wire cord- red, black, white, and green.
I am a bit confused now, do I:
Would I have to run a new cable from panel to stove ? which I believe would require ripping some walls apart and that might not be a possibility with me as the place is just finished renovating.
Replace 4-wire cord coming from oven to 3-wire and then plug into the existing receptacle?
Or check the receptacle outlet if it has 4 wires in it (namely red, white, black and green/bare), run a hardwire junction box from one of the outlets and connect the oven in junction box ?
Brand: Fulgor Milano Link
Minimum Volts:208 Volts
Lower Bake Element Power:1100 Watts
Wattage at 208 Volts:1800 Watts
Wattage at 240 Volts:2350 Watts