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wiring cooker to terminal outlet

Discussion in 'General DIY' started by pmassey1, 28 May 2003.

  1. pmassey1

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    I have a 30 Amp circuit installed for a cooker, i just need to hook the cooker up to socket on the wall merely three screws on the cooker and three screws in the outlet box.

    What cable should I use from the terminal outlet box to the cooker? I have some 30 Amp cable left over can I use this.

    The manual refers to cable standard but not sure if can get this in the uk?
     
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    Depends on if the cooker draws 30A if it does and the cable you have is 6mm (or bigger) then yes you can
     
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    thanks all the risk is mine :D

    i just dont understand the cable they suggest
     
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    what size did who suggest?
     
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    the cable to the box is big and there is lots of cable left over i was just going to use that:)
     
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