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Cooker control switch

Discussion in 'Electrics UK' started by rosscoeng, 7 Jan 2008.

  1. rosscoeng

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    Hello all

    Re: http://www.toolstation.com/search.html?searchstr=93055

    I have bought one of these to match the other switches going in our kitchen.... I am concerned that while it is 45A and says it is a cooker control switch, it doesn't seem to be DP like 'normal' (more ugly!) cooker control units. Is this ok?

    Thanks in advance. After months of 'lurking' and getting my answers from all your helpful posts I am finally asking a question that I can't find the answer for!
     
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    Why do you think it's not DP?
     
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    Just that it doesn't look like one and it isn't described as one. I haven't examined it closely mind you.
     
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    What does a DP switch look like?

    You can't tell unless you look at the back of it.
     
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