Now, I was reading another thread that said you can run 12/3 to a wall oven. Is this true? If so, I was going to run it down the wall to behind the wall oven. Currently, there is a 220 outlet across the room from the old range. The current 220 outlet is very old crusty wire. And it definately won't reach the new wall oven. So I definately don't want that there even if I can't run 12/3 for the wall oven. The stove top will be gas so no worries there.
Also, the current 220 is connected to a breaker with two switches that move together each having the number 50 on them. Is this a 50 amp or 100 amp breaker? Reason I ask is I'm wanting the electrician to creat a subpanel in a garage that I am having built. But I think that the current box is tapped out.
Is this common for a DIY'er like myself to do all of the leg work? I'm confident I did everything correctly. The only thing left before he comes is figuring how to wire the lights on a 3 way switch. I already purchased 100' of 12/3 which is more than enough for the lights so that is why I am inquiring about the wall oven. Thanks again.