oven and hob wiring

Discussion in 'Getting Started FAQ' started by handyman638, Oct 31, 2018.

  1. handyman638

    handyman638 New Member

    I am fitting a new oven and hob the circuit is 10mm on a 32amcb through a isolator switch with a socket incorporated and ending at a duel connecter plate my question is am I ok to run 6mm to the hob and 6mm to a fused spur then 6mm to the oven if no wire supplied
     
  2. dobbie

    dobbie Well-Known Member

    Connect both to the dual outlet plate.
     
  3. handyman638

    handyman638 New Member

    thanks so split from 10mm to two 6mm at the outlet one to a13a fused spur for the oven as per instruction book and the other to the 6kw hob
     
  4. spirits are real 2016

    spirits are real 2016 Active Member

    you will find it hard getting six mm in a fcu you could run 4mm from the duel plate to a double socket then put the oven on a 13amp plug and 6mm to the hob.
     
  5. dobbie

    dobbie Well-Known Member

    Do the instructions actually stipulate a fused spur?
     
  6. handyman638

    handyman638 New Member

    currys say a 13a spur but the instructions say power 3200-3500 13-15a
     
  7. dobbie

    dobbie Well-Known Member

    Curry's are wrong that loading is too much for a 13a spur 3200 @230 volts is 13.91 amp,pull them up on that.

    Just connect the two items in the dual outlet.
     
  8. handyman638

    handyman638 New Member

    Sorry got the wrong info on the net the rating is 2.3kw so one 6mm to the hob and the other 6mm to a 13a spur then 4mm to the oven all on the 10mm and 32amcb
     

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