Cooker control unit


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Old 03-31-03, 10:56 AM
dykemrtn
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Question Cooker control unit

Just about to change the old gas cooker for a new electric cooker, the wiring is in for the cooker unit and cooker connection unit both are rated at 45 amps.

The electric oven is a straight forward 6 mm cable from the oven to the cooker connection unit, now the problem is the gas hob has a small flex for the ignition of the gas, do i have put a spur in from the ring main to power the ignition or can i come of the cooker unit with a spur ?.

Worried about the cooker unit and spur rated at 45 amps and the flex will carry only about 3 amps ....... HELP as the wife needs to do some cooking ..........
 
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Old 03-31-03, 03:31 PM
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You are in UK by the sounds of your question. I don't know if any brits hang around at this site.
Try this site. It has a UK section.

http://electrical-contractor.net/cgi...i?action=intro
 
 

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