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#182518 - 11/29/08 03:31 PM Re: Cooker connection unit and 30a outlet plate [Re: johno12345]
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Thanks for the pics, Johno.
That's an interesting looking set-up.
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#183336 - 01/04/09 06:01 PM Re: Cooker connection unit and 30a outlet plate [Re: Trumpy]
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Thats a typical Uk cooker switch and outlet plate with a built in 13a socket outlet.
Connection plate is installed at low level behind cooker.
Normally wired on a dedicated 40a cct using 10mm cable

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