30Amp question

Double ovens died. Have an option for a newer oven and separate counter top, both 220vac.
Do I need a separate circuit for each? Or can they tie into the same feed?
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wrote:

What are the nameplate amps for each item?
(Ideally you should have seperate circuits for each, which may not be practical).
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If you have the name and model number for each you may be able to check the electrical specifications on the manufacturer's web site. Most likely you will need a separate circuit for each. A 30 or 40 amp for the stovetop and maybe a 40 or 50 amp for the oven.
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Could not find the exact model on the KitchenAid website, but it appears as if the cooktop needs a 40A, and the stove a 30A. Oh well...
Thanks for the replies.

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40A and 220V or 40A at 110V?

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40A @ 220vac

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