Fitting a freestanding electric oven in a tight gap

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  1. adamjth

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    New house so I went to order my kitchen goods before I moved in to find fridge freezer, washing machine fit fine but I have yet to put my electric oven in. The gap should be a standard 600mm fit which it measures a little bit less than by my tap measure. The oven itself is just under 600mm so looks to be almost the same width. Any tips here? I could use some lubricate to help it in or should I move one of the kitchen units itself (a fair amount of work but perhaps a better idea). Are there any regulations in mm what the gap should be?
     
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    The gap should be 600mm.
    Appliances are generally about 595mm.
     
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