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Replacing built in oven

Discussion in 'Electrics UK' started by Thomas Parkinson, 26 Oct 2019.

  1. Thomas Parkinson

    Thomas Parkinson

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    I've bought a new oven and had the previous one removed. The old oven was plugged into into a 45 amp dual pole socket/switch along with a hob that is hard wired.

    Problem is the old oven has a wired plug that went through a tiny hole the from oven cavity to the socket . The new one has a moulded plug.

    The hob is wired into a 30A junction box that goes to the dp switch.

    Should I bore a hole big enough for the plug from the oven unit into the adjoining one? Would this be ok with the heat given off by the oven?

    Or can I strip the plug and wire it into the 30A junction box along with the hub?
     
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  3. DetlefSchmitz

    DetlefSchmitz

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    Either this, or remove plug, thread wire through, and fit a new plug.
     
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