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Range adaptor

Article #0238173 Model #548301 Format 15Ax1875Wx125V
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Range adaptor

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15 A. 1875 W. 125 V. Gas range adapter converts 220 V to 110 V. Grounded. Simply plug gas range into this adapter, then into the existing electric range outlet. Built-in 15-A fuse for safety.

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Would this work for an electric dryer? It's a 24 in compact dryer that should be 110-volt but it's not, it's 220 volt so I need to convert it to 110 volt.

Asked by: SpecialK2
Thank you. I've decided not to go that route because it could be dangerous and or burn out the dryer and or cause a fire so I finally found a dryer that has a regular 110 connection. Thank you for your advice have a great day.
Answered by: SpecialK2
Date published: 2019-05-12

Does this adapter pass code for running a 110 V gas range off a 220 V outlet designed for an electric range?

Asked by: fisherman220
It should if it had a circuit breaker built in. But it doesn’t. Since the range breaker in your panel is probably 30 amps an overcurrent would probably fry the the stove along with the eggs and maybe you too before it threw. Change out the dual 30 amp breaker in the panel for a single 20 amp. Then wire nut smaller gauge wire to one of the existing 8 ga. cable hot conductor  and cap off the third now unused hot conductor. The smaller gauge wire will allow you to fit into the 110 v receptacle and breaker. Obviously you will continue to use the the neutral and grounding conductors. The smaller wire will fit in the breaker and new 110 volt receptacle. There may be some issues about bonding dissimilar metals together but not sure about that. You may need to use anti-oxidant compound on the bonded conductors. Another way to do it is install a small 30 amp subpanel behind the stove using the existing 30 amp circuit. Then you can snap in a 110 V breaker for your stove circuit and you’re done. AND you and still have some capacity in the panel if you wanted to add some new receptacle or lighting circuits.
Answered by: BigSplashy
Date published: 2019-01-26

What happens if there is a fault and the fuse trips. Is it garbage?

Asked by: Bronc
It is garbage. No serviceable parts
Answered by: Bronc
Date published: 2019-01-26

Is this only for use in Canada?Needed for USA hook up.

Asked by: LLMo

Where is this located in the store. I've been at the store for 45 minutes trying to find it with Lowes staff...... Its not in the electrical department or behind customer service desk. 

Asked by: Ryan bender

Would it be possible to get a picture of the prong side? I need to insure the alignment of the prongs are the same as the outlet.

Asked by: LLMo
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Range adaptor is rated 3.7 out of 5 by 3.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from OK as far as it goes One buys this if he has replaced an electric range with a gas one and only needs a little bit of 120VAC to run the clock, timer, lights... on the new gas range. But there is another potential application and that is where one has a 50A 4wire outlet that is not in use and he would like to 'convert' to 120V circuits for general use. Behind such an outlet is two stiff (50 amp) circuits and with this adapter one is only able to extract 15 amps from one of them. Be great if there were two 120V outlets rated 20 Amps each on this thing.
Date published: 2016-09-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Thank goodness for this adaptor We thought that we had to get an electrician in to change or add an outlet. Finding this was a great relief. It doesn't have a low profile so a bit tough to fit the stove against the wall but very happy overall.
Date published: 2017-11-19
Rated 3 out of 5 by from It's a plug on a plug, and it works. Bought it to be able to plug the gas stove 110VAC cord into my unused electric range 240VAC outlet. Nothing special about it. Pretty expensive for a plug that just reroutes one side of a 2-phase circuit but I was willing to splurge a little.
Date published: 2017-09-25
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