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I'll answer with a practical suggestion, rather than precisely answering the "Can we" question with "you can!". A complex appliance designed for indoors, full of electronic controls and sensors, and lots of hidden inaccessible crevices where moisture and insects can collect, is unlikely to last long outside, or to work at all in some ...


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What you likely have is Type SE cable with 2 hots and a neutral. There was a time when the NEC allowed to install just those three wires and ground your range or dryer to the neutral conductor (called the grounded conductor in the NEC). Existing 3 wire circuits that were installed when legal are still legal. See the exception portion of the NEC quote below. ...


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Any 3-wire range connection has 2 hots and a neutral. There is no ground. This is a dangerous condition, because a simple, common problem with the neutral wire can cause the chassis of the range to be electrified! If you want to install a 4-wire receptacle, there are 2 options. Option 1. You can use a GFCI circuit breaker This is simply a matter of ...


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You'll need a right-angle FMC connector, an octagon knockout faceplate, and some MAC-Blocks for this It looks like your electrician threw an octagon mud ring on the square box they put in for this outlet because they didn't have a square one in the truck at the time. While a bit non-standard, this is not unmanageable, either, as KO faceplates for octagon ...


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To make a hard-wired connection get a RACO 187, mount box with window horizontal, the 4 holes line up with receptacle mounting holes. Then the metal flex can attach to the the side of the box. You will need to a breaker lock-off in the electrical panel.


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