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    Default GAS RANGE IGNITER ON COMMON KITCHEN GFCI BREAKER

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    New build and when i tripped common kitchen gfci {island and counter outlets} the gas stove top igniter outlet also tripped-shouldn't it be on dedicated circuit ???

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    Default Re: GAS RANGE IGNITER ON COMMON KITCHEN GFCI BREAKER

    The gas stove is allowed to be on one of the small appliance branch circuits.

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    The gas stove is allowed to be on one of the small appliance branch circuits.

    All answers based on unamended National Electrical codes.

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