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I currently have a gas oven/range combo in my kitchen. I got a free Castle range that I want to put in, and a gas wall (possibly double) oven underneath it. Since it will be two separate appliances, will the current gas input be sufficient ( I will split it to go to each one) or will I need to do something to accomodate both appliances. I haven't gotten the oven yet, I figure I'll get something on Craigslist though. I am just wondering if I will need to run another gas line in, because if so I might just get an electric oven and run a 220v line there.

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I currently have a gas oven/range combo in my kitchen. ...
I got a free Castle range that I want to put in, and a gas wall (possibly double) oven underneath it.
It is a very rare kitchen that can accomodate a wall oven installed BELOW a range top.
The gas plumbing is not an issue (for a pro).

If/when you decide where you really do want a wall oven installed...
get an electric one.
 
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