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What is the Correct Wire Gauge And Ampere Supply For An Brown Builtin Oven. Appliance Numbeer 5G81120,Type 44823,Voltage 120/240, 1 Phase, 3 wire, 60 cycle, KW 2.3 Max My Oven was bought from DOBBS Aplliance Store with a 12/3 BX Cable Attached to Rear Exterior Panel for attachment to Residential Wiring. The existing Residential wiring provideing Power to this Electric Oven 1s 6/3 Romex . The Ampere Rating for the Ciruit Breaker is 50 Amp. My Name is Johgn W. Koch Phone # 928 920 5492 Email User ID is John Koch E-Mail address jkochjr@roadrunner.con

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