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#88831 - 08/02/04 06:10 PM cooktops
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We set up a residential kitchen for an electric cooktop by running a 8-3 romex to the kitchen.The owner got a "Melie" cooktop which is 3 seperate units each rated at 2.8 KW ...mounted side by side only 30inches wide each with its own seperate flex wipp with 12 gauge wire in the flex. Can all 3 be connected to the 8-3 romex that we installed and protect them with a 40 amp breaker???

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#88832 - 08/03/04 10:26 AM Re: cooktops
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Yes. See 210.19(A)(3)exception 1.
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#88833 - 08/03/04 05:49 PM Re: cooktops
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Thanx electricman2!!!

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