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Can I wire a 6 kw hob and a 2.4 kw oven to a 32 mcb

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SOURCE: I am installing a new electric oven and gas hob.

Run a seperate 13amp spur from the D.P switch.
Please rate my solution.
Thanks.

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SOURCE: wattage for double oven

im getting a indesit fid201 double oven does it have to be hard wired or can it go on a 13amp plug

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Is this gas or electric? If it is electric, you will want to test the power to the burners with a voltmeter. This will tell you if the control is bad and not giving power to the burner, or if the burners themselves are bad or possibly just loose or corroded connections.
If you have gas, check the gas valve and the tubing. Make sure there are no holes or gaps letting out the gas, make sure the valves is completely up to allow full gas flow. Also check that the tubing is clean of debris.

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