kitchen electrics

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Old 10-09-05, 07:24 AM
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Arrow kitchen electrics

hi im fitting a new kitchen and going frm a free standing cooker to a built in oven, hob and extractor, how can i go frm the single wire used for the free standing cooker to be able to connect all 3 plus a wall plug
 
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Old 10-09-05, 07:47 AM
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Simply put. You can't. Your terminolgy implies that you are in Britain?

Hob = cooktop ?
Extractor = range hood ?

Anyways, the wall oven will likely take at least a 30 amp circuit, maybe even a 40 amp (depending on the model, whether or not it is a double oven, etc.).
The cooktop will take at least a 40 amp. Both of these are 240 volt circuits. The range hood ( & light ) will require a separate 120 volt circuit ( 15 amp would probably suffice for this - but check the manufacturer's recommendation). You could probably use the existing circuit only for the cooktop. You would hard-wire it to the box where the existing range plug is. If the existing range plug is surface mounted, you would need to install a box. It could also be surface mounted.
 
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