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Bluestar range dedicated electrical outlet

Posted by khallock (My Page) on
Wed, May 22, 13 at 13:33

Can someone tell me why in the Bluestar Range instructions they recommend a non GFCI outlet? I told my husband this and he thought that was crazy, that things could potentially spill behind the range and that he would want a GFCI outlet there.


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RE: Bluestar range dedicated electrical outlet

Because they frequently trip when operating spark igniters.

RE: Bluestar range dedicated electrical outlet

Would you want to pull the range out every time it's tripped to access the outlet?

RE: Bluestar range dedicated electrical outlet

No, I wouldnt. Thank you! I will tell that to my husband and hopefully he will see the light!

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