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    Electric Oven replacing. Plug point but hardwiring?
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    • 13th Mar 09, 10:43 AM
    Electric Oven replacing. Plug point but hardwiring? 13th Mar 09 at 10:43 AM
    Hi all,

    New to the board so thanks for reading firstly.

    My built in electric oven has died on me. Which aint great when I have 2 children who love thri food. LOL.

    Anyway I removed the oven from the unit to be confronted by a plug point! New house as well by the way so never looked behind the oven before. All the built in ovens I have seen need hardwiring and dont come with plugs or cable by the looks of things..

    I am just wondering if anyone knows how easy it is to hardwire an built in electric oven when a plug point there??

    Thank you in advance
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