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 Can a refrigerator be on a dedicated 15 amp circuit?

Answer Yes, In fact it should be on a dedicated circuit so that other appliances etc cannot overload the circuit.
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How do you change a 240V dedicated circuit for an electric stove to a 120V dedicated circuit for a gas stove?

For USA, Canada and countries running a 60 Hz supply service. It is best to install a new 120 volt branch circuit for the gas stove using properly sized cable and breaker and the correct type of GF... Read More »
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Does a dishwasher have to be on a dedicated circuit?

Answer By code it must be dedicated. The only exception is you can pair it up with a garbage disposal.
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Can a dishwasher and disposal share a dedicated 20 amp circuit?

Original answer: Yes! I did this in my Kitchen USSEG: It really comes down to how much amp each of the appliances is going to use at peak. You need to look at the emperage draw of each appliance t... Read More »
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Can a refrigerator&microwave be on the same circuit?

On One Hand: It's Possible to Run Both on One CircuitYou can usually find how many watts or amps an appliance uses on a label somewhere on the device. Amps and watts are directly related in the fol... Read More »
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