Cable for 32a / 6.3KW double oven

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I don't think DP switches come in 32 amp rating so you would use a 45 amp one. Get one without a neon as neons go black and waste around £25 of electricity a year. You can wire the oven straight to the switch if you like but most people like a connection unit.
Lordy, and I thought Whinny was always right. I’ll have to challenge his posts again.
 
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Get one without a neon as neons go black and waste around £25 of electricity a year.

I see nothings changed while I’ve been away and Winston is still telling lies.

Watch this video where they test neon power usage. 52 PENCE per year to run a neon.

Skip to 2:20
 
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I DON’T TELL LIES. Nor do I link to out of date videos that were made long before the recent energy price rises.

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Here... 9.5W at 30p/unit.
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No I did not say that. I said I didn’t think they were available not that they didn’t exist.
 
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I DON’T TELL LIES. Nor do I link to out of date videos that were made long before the recent energy price rises.
It was posted 2 months ago. Hardly out of date. The video clearly shows a neon uses a quarter of one watt.
 
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Winston

Did you clock what John said about the limitations of 4 milli?
 

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