240v to 120v for gas range
I'm converting an electric drop-in range to a gas.
The new gas range (Frigidaire Gallery BGGF3042KF) calls for a "dedicated, properly grounded and polarized branch circuit protected by a 15 amp. circuit breaker or time delay fuse."
I currently have an electric range at 240. I've attached a pic of the current wiring for the electric range. 3 wires coming in, black white & bare. 4 wires going out on the right side of the pic to the electric range
Can the current wiring be modified into a receptacle for the new range? Of course, I'll have to change the breaker to a 15 amp.
Thanks for your help!