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Bad news really, the supply cable you have there is not going to be capable of supply to any type of electric oven and hob like you listed above. Your supply cable is possibly only 2.5mm in size, and not the required 6mm with a much higher MCB at the fuseboard. Get a registered electrician to run a new cable from the board to your cooking area. A single oven takes about 3.2Kw adding the hob rings will take way over your limit. Curry's listing of that cooker as a load of .75Kw or thereabouts is obviously incorrect.
Usually fairly straight forward. Remove the blown element being careful not to loose the wires into the void behind the grill. Insert new element making sure the orientation and wires are conected as the original was.
yes there will be a cooker switch located somewhere in the kitchen & from that there will be a supply to a cooker point witch is a white box that is no bigger than a single socket. there should or should have been a 10mm heat resistant flex running from that to your cooker. if there is a flex then your ignition mite run off a 3volt battery.check your manual if not then try this web site : http://www.rangecookers.co.uk/installation-guide-content,MGQJD.aspx
The cooker must be connected to the correct electrical supply as stated on the voltage label on the cooker (This is obvious so far!). It should be connected through a suitable cooker control unit incorporating a double pole switch having a contact separation of at least 3mm in all poles (This means one of those big red switches with "COOKER" written on them). The cooker must NOT be connected to an ordinary domestic power point. The cable size used should be between 6mm squared and 10mm squared twin and earth. Where the installation is protected by a 30 milliamp sensitivity residual current device (RCD Breaker), the combined use of your cooker and other domestic appliances may occasionally cause nuisance tripping. In these instances, the cooker circuit may need to be protected by fitting a 100 milliamp device. This work should be carried out by a qualified electrician.