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German Oven Installation

Discussion in 'Electrics Outside of the UK' started by akiva, 10 Mar 2015.

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    thanks poles,
    appears to be a problem though, only half of the oven is working,
    would you have any idea what that might be?
     
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    What type o oven is it?
    Some double ovens require the timer to be set to operate.
     
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    it appears to be a 3-phase oven.

    They are unknown in UK domestic installations and it would not be a DIY job.

    Are you a restaurant?
     
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    thanks all,
    after playing around i saw the problem is the n was disconnected in the wall.
    so the right way to connect it was the first.
     
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