Power Cord Not Included

Topics:

  • What units do not include or come with a power cord?
  • Does an electrical pigtail need to be connected to power the unit?
  • Cooking appliances come without cord or plug, meant for hardwire
  • Where to get a power cord for a product that did not come with one

Answer:

The following Wolf products do not include a power cord:

  • CNP Hoods
  • Cooktop (CT) Low Profile Wall Hoods
  • CT Wall Hoods (2000-Present)
  • V Series Cooktop Hoods
  • Dual Fuel Ranges (DF)
  • Electric Cooktops
    • Units do ship with a conduit.
    • Flexible 4 ft (1.2 m) conduit.
  • E Series Built-In Ovens
    • Units do ship with a conduit.
      • Single Oven - 4 ft (1.2 m) conduit
      • Double Oven - 5 ft (1.5 m) conduit
    • The SO24TE 24" E Series Transitional Built-In Oven does include a power cord.
  • Induction Cooktops
    • Units do ship with a conduit.
    • Flexible 4 ft (1.2 m) conduit.
  • Induction Ranges (IR)
  • Electric Fryer Module (IF15/S)
  • Electric Grill Module (IG15/S)
  • Electric Steamer Module (IS15/S)
  • Teppanyaki Module (TM15T/S)
    • All electric module units ship with a conduit.
    • Steamer, Fryer, Grill, Teppanyaki, CE15, and CI15
    • Flexible 4 ft (1.2 m) conduit.
  • L Series Built-In Ovens
    • Units do ship with a conduit.
    • Flexible 3 ft (.9 m) conduit.
  • M Series Built-In Ovens
    • Units do ship with a conduit.
      • Single Oven - 4 ft (1.2 m) conduit
      • Double Oven - 5 ft (1.5 m) conduit
  • Pro Series Hoods (2008-Present)
  • W Hoods (2003-2008)
  • Pro Hood Liners and V Series Cooktop Hoods come with an electrical connection used for remote and in-line blowers to connect the Romex.
    • It is not a power supply cord.
    • The hoods are hardwired, and a separate power cord is available for the blower motor, depending on blower model.

Some products, such as Dual Fuel Ranges, are designed to use a hardwire connection, eliminating the need for a power cord.

  • Products can use power cords if desired and if local code permits, or the products can be hardwired directly to the electrical supply if local code permits.
  • The correct voltage, frequency, and amperage must be supplied to the appliance from a dedicated, grounded circuit, which is protected by a properly sized circuit breaker or time delay fuse.
  • The proper voltage, frequency, and amperage ratings are listed on the product rating plate.
  • Follow the National Electrical Code, as well as all state, municipal, and local codes.
  • Range and appliance power cords are available at any local hardware store.
  • See also, Power Cord Included.

Refer to the product Installation Guide for further information.

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