kitchen wiring for refrigerator - Canada

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Old 12-01-12, 06:01 AM
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kitchen wiring for refrigerator - Canada

Hi Ray - I have a related question. My electrician ran the wiring for my kitchen reno and I'm going to finish it off by installing the outlets and breakers. He did three wire red/black/white + ground) for the refrigerator outlet (not switched, obviously).

Im assuming the intention was to install a single pole 240 breaker that powers each receptacle in the outlet separately? Does that make sense?

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Old 12-01-12, 06:36 AM
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Canada has different rules than the US. The NEC is not the same as the CEC, but does have similarities. Receptacles in kitchens seem to be wired as a split device under the CEC.

Not many here from the northern side of the border, but one might stop by.
 
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