I have a GE Range and I need a replacement power cord for it. I don't know which one to buy, when I put the model number in it says it wont fit.
Answer Hello Janet,
If the unit is a 240Vac, you only need to check the wall outlet to find the correct cord. There are only two types of range cord: three prong and four prong. The only other difference is the length. As a note, please disregard the compatibility tool. It is still in work and still is not recognizing all of the part/model numbers. Thank you for your patience and understanding in this matter. The cord you were viewing will work if the wall outlet has openings for three prongs.
Would this be the correct cord to hook up my GE Spacemaker (28") stove on my houseboat? Thank you
Answer Hello Karyn,
We would need to know if the wall outlet is a three or four prong receptacle. If it is a three prong receptacle, this one TJ5614 will work.
What power cord do I need for Frigidaire Electric range FFEF3018LQ?
Answer Hello Isin. You must look at the outlet in your home and then buy the one you need for the range. We have no idea on the type of outlet in your home. Thanks.
Do you carry this part AP395289 for my gas stove.
Answer Hi Laura. Do You need a 4-wire cord for your appliance? Is it model # PRO-TJ5614? The cord is part # TJ5614. Do we have your proper model number? Thank you.
How do you connect the electrical cord which is sold separately to the range? The end of the wires on the metal encased wires now has a clip-on, but the cord I bought has the ends as shown in this picture. I have a three-pronged plug in the wall.
Answer Hi Mike. The three wire is a 240vac supply.. The outer "legs"/wires ( L-1 or L-2 ) tested with a volt meter should read 240vac. They are connected to the two outer terminals on the terminal block. The center wire is connected to the center terminal as well. From either ouside leg ( L-1 or L-2 ) you should have 120vac to the middle ( neutral ) wire. These correct voltages are very important so all components work correctly. You need to use the strain relief. Most people find it difficult to use. Put both halves in the hole and gently clamp with a pair of vise - grips. Then you can use a cordless drill to put the phillips screws in the clamp. This will protect the cord from barring short against the chassis and creating a possible dead short. Thank you.