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With the work of a licensed electrician, a gas stove can be converted to an electric stove. The process requires the installation of a new electrical wire, a two-pole circuit breaker and a 240-volt receptacle. More »

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Parts that commonly break on an electric stove can often be replaced by owners. Manufacturers often sell replacement parts, and newer stoves are designed to provide easy access to parts that break most frequently. More »

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To wire an outlet for an electric stove, install the gang box appropriately, pull a few inches of the circuit breaker cable through it, and remove the insulation from the three wires within. Connect these wires to the su... More »

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Parts that commonly break on an electric stove can often be replaced by owners. Manufacturers often sell replacement parts, and newer stoves are designed to provide easy access to parts that break most frequently. More »

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A 110 volt electric stove offers a different cooking experience than a gas stove, but in terms of energy efficiency, temperature control and heating-up time, gas stoves beat out electric stoves. 110 volt electric stoves ... More »

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To remove the burners from an electric stove, hold the exterior end of the burner coil far from the socket where the electric burner is plugged, and lift the coil slightly above the drip pan. Slowly pull away from the so... More »

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To wire an outlet for an electric stove, install the gang box appropriately, pull a few inches of the circuit breaker cable through it, and remove the insulation from the three wires within. Connect these wires to the su... More »

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