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How To Install Kitchen Wiring Drafting -BuildingTheWay





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  1. Your wrong!

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  2. I think videos like this that are hazardous to unqualified home owners should be removed.

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  3. Like MM said it’s just plain wrong . Just like your other video you put the light switch behind the door. You obviously aren’t thinking things through or you are a qualified electrician. So before you post anymore videos that aren’t correct you should review them first or not post at all. You are going to cause someone to make an exspensive mistake with a very crucial part of a home.

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  4. No outlet for range hood?

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  5. BEDROOM- VERY WALL 2 FT OR GREATER NEEDS AN OUTLET, NO MORE THAN 6FT FROM THE END OF A WALL AND NO MORE THAN 12 FT BETWEEN OUTLETS, STANDARD APPLIANCE CORD LENGTH IS 6 FEET, THIS GUY IS A RETARD. MOST KITCHEN APPLIANCES ARE WELL SERVED BY A 20 AMP BREAKER, 2#12,1#12(G) WIRING BACK TO PANEL. GAS RANGE AS WELL. I HAVE SEEN SOME ELEC RANGE USE A 50A/2P BREAKER AT 120/208V-1 PHASE AT 8000 KW.

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  6. When you mean Homerun, you mean " Run back the 12/2 Wire back to the Panel" ??

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  7. what is the height for the counter top outlets/GFCI?

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  8. so each appliances has individual breaker? then the 3 receptackes is 20A and another 3 is another 20A also? can we just put the the 6 receptacles in one 20A breaker?

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  9. I think the range actually uses 30 Amps with gage 10.

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  10. So all appliances are range or have to be 20 amps and a 12 gage .. can I use a 14 gage ? just wanted to check.. thank you for the Video.

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  11. what is 12-2 sir

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  12. something I don't understand is that the 20 amp 12/2 home run for the appliances the fridge, the dishwasher, range, and garbage disposal are they on the same circuit for the home run 12/2 or is each appliance getting a direct home run of 12/2?

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  13. the outlets is wrong, the outlets next to each other are suppose to be on alternate circuits, so if someone is using 2 small appliances in one area of the kitchen they wont be plugged into the same circuit

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  14. Do not listen to one word of this moron…he has no idea what he is talking about be warned

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  15. Disposals only need  a 15A home run, a 20A is unnecessary.

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  16. good help

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  17. gracias amigo thans

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  18. One thing that is not mentioned here is about a box and switches for under cabinet lighting. How is that done, anyone that can steer me in the right direction would be great. Thank-you to all people that help others.

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  19. I think he just meant that it's obviously a gas range, and when he talks in the kitchen about the fridge etc he says 20gauge but he obviously meant 20amp/12-2. I gotta get a code book for my area, every video I watch I learn something different. But in all fairness I think this is the only kitchen set-up (which is what I want.) this is in the US I think, I'm in Canada but they have to be very close, maybe a few small differences.

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  20. most ranges are 50A   12/2 is no good

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  21. It's GFCI, not GFI. Other than that, thanks for the video

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  22. Thank you

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  23. good i like it practical

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  24. what about the switch of your GD outlet??

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  25. most ranges are not 20 amp…

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  26. Could not find anything in nec code book in regards to separate circuits for GD and DW. Can these two appliances share a circuit?

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