Question about a new oven

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sibbs07

Thinking of getting a new electric oven to replace the one I currently have. Along with a new gas hob but that's not so problematic.

Anyway, the current oven is running off a plug while the new one needs hardwiring. I can't see in behind the oven so can't tell what's there but was just wondering if anyone knew how problematic this would be to solve.

I assume I can't just stick a plug on the new oven and plug it in and would need to get an electrician in to hardwire it.
 
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Thinking of getting a new electric oven to replace the one I currently have.

I assume I can't just stick a plug on the new oven and plug it in and would need to get an electrician in to hardwire it.
That may be correct & your best plan :(
 

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