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chronojosh 04-25-2011 07:29 PM

220V Receptacle Near Gas Connection
 
I am planning on running a new 6/3 cable for a dual fuel range I am buying. I also need to run a gas line to the same general area for the gas cooktop part of the range. I have looked in the NEC, but I cannot find anything that mentions any separation requirements for the receptacle and gas connection. Is there anything I am missing, or can I just go ahead and run both of the gas and electrical to the same stud bay and have no code violations?

Speedy Petey 04-25-2011 07:46 PM

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Originally Posted by chronojosh (Post 636459)
........., or can I just go ahead and run both of the gas and electrical to the same stud bay and have no code violations?

Yup. Go ahead and do just that. :thumbsup:
There is no restriction or problem with it.

frenchelectrican 04-26-2011 01:17 AM

Go for it there is no restriction at all and it is pretty common pratice to see that being done in that way.

Merci,
Marc

NJMarine 04-26-2011 05:48 AM

220V Receptacle Near Gas Connection
 
This isdone all the time.


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