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Electric Stove Circuit Installation

Electrical Panel Requirements for a New Stove Circuit – The complexity of installing the stove circuit will depend on the structure of the house and how accessible it will be to install the electrical cable.


Electrical Wiring for a New Stove
Electrical Question #1: The house I am moving into is set up for a propane stove and I was considering hooking up an electric stove instead.

This electrical wiring question came from: Cassie, a Tenant.

Electrical Question #2: What is the best breaker for a 220 volt stove?

This electrical question came from Etola in Lorain, Ohio.

Dave’s Reply:
Thank you for your electrical wiring questions.

Electrical Panel Requirements for a New Stove Circuit

The Following will assist you with your New Stove Circuit

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