The wiring is in place as I have just removed the old appliance (oven), I am reasonably confident of my experience with wiring.
The model number is ***** the PNC is###-##-####
The old oven had 2 sets of connections, one for the ovens/grill through a 13 amp socket and one for the separate hob through a heavy cable which I believe is connected through an oven plate switch to the consumer unit. The replacement Electrolux cooker terminal block has
2 L, 3N and one earth. There are no other markings.
Hope this helps
I have a simple meter for checking mains voltage and continuity although I've never tried it on the the heavier cooker cable.
The old oven/hob was electric as is the replacement.
I think there may be some confusion here, I've just noticed that your replies
are time stamped EST and that you also talk about 120v circuits. From this I believe you are working in the US and I'm in England. Can you confirm please
Sorry Michael, I'm still confused here. I have in fact got one lighter gauge cable with a neutral, line and earth, and a second heavier cable also with a neutral, line and earth.
The terminal block on the cooker has positions for 2 line, 3 neutral and 1 earth. I know from the colour coding of the cables which is the L,N & E but I don't know which of the terminals to connect the lighter and heavier cables to.
I'm sorry but I do not understand your answers so far.
OK Michael, I'll try to connect up the heavier cable to one of the L,N & E
on the connector block. Will get back to you as soon I've tried it - always supposing I have not burned the house down or worse!