Can microwave and gas range be on same circuit?
Accordingly, does a gas range require a dedicated circuit?
An electric range generally needs a dedicated 240/250-volt, 50-amp circuit. If it's a gas range, however, it will only require only a 120/125-volt receptacle to power the range controls and vent hood.
Additionally, can a stove be both gas and electric? A gas stove requires both electricity and gas to function properly. Gas stoves no longer rely on a pilot light to ignite the burners. In addition, most gas stoves will have an electric clock and many are what is referred to as “dual fuel” stoves that have gas cook tops and an integrated electric oven for baking.
In this regard, does gas water heater need dedicated circuit?
Gas tankless water heaters use just a tiny amount of amperage to ignite the flame. Unless the manufacturer requires it, there is no need for a dedicated circuit.
What size breaker do I need for a gas stove?
The suggested circuit breaker size for the kitchen stove is 50 amps, 220 volts. This is a double breaker. Single breakers normally carry 110 volts. It must be a dedicated circuit for the stove only, meaning that no other appliances or outlets can be served by that circuit.