Dual Fuel Range Electrical and Gas Connections

Core Issue:

  • Where are the electrical and gas connections located on the back of the Dual Fuel (DF) range?
  • Is it necessary to follow the recommended electrical and gas locations specified in the installation guide?
  • Can electrical and gas locations be moved on the back of the DF?

Answer:

The electrical and gas locations specified in the Dual Fuel Range Installation Guide allow the unit to be installed without interference.

  • Moving electrical and gas connections outside of the specified zones may cause the unit to not be properly installed.
  • Always follow Wolf installation specifications.
  • The Dual Fuel Range is meant to be hardwired.
  • Use of a power cord and plug is possible, however it may interfere with the installation of the unit.
  • It may be necessary to recess the electrical box for the power cord. Wolf does not have instructions or recommendations for how to do this.
  • Consult a local electrician and always follow local codes.

Refer to the product installation guide for further installation information.

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