Hi, I will probably end up hiring an electrician, but I would like to see if I can do this myself as it seems like a rather simple thing to do. I had an old built-in double oven removed. I don't know its kW or amps, but it was hired wired through 3 terminal junction box into the cooker switch and then into 35A MCB (together with the hob). Now, I have bought a single built-in oven, 13A and 2.5kW, that according to Currys installation guide, it is meant to be hard wired but the TeamKnowHow guy just attached a plug to the end of the oven, which means it can now be plugged in. Issues is that I only have 1 wall socket there, which is used for the fridge-freezer. Questions I have 1) shall I leave the plug just the way KnowHow guy installed or shall I hardwire it? 2) If I leave the plug, can I change the Cooker Switch into a single socket? 3) If I hardwire it, do I need to change the MCB to 13A? The issue is that the hob is also connected to the same MCB, which would mean I would not be able to use the hob. Thank for the help.