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Does it need 6mm hard wired cable or can it be used with standard 13amp plug via ring min


hard wired is the normal way ranges are done unless they are gas .then the electric can be lighter gauge

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Awz8812 blows fuse


what 13 amp external fuse are you speaking about? if this is a power line fuse feeding the dryer then its way too small normally you use 2 30 amp fuses or a 30 amp tandem pole breaker to power the receptacle where the dryer plug plugs in

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Can i use a normal 13amp plug on a dimplex plx1500 panel heater


Probably not the best idea. It may overheat when the heater is running at the high setting. Best to use a 15A rated cord and plug.

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CAN I CONNECT A CREDA 2000W PLINTH HEATER USEING A FUSED PLUG?CREDA 2000W PLINTH FAN HEATER


Yes ,you can and fuse at 13amp.
Although the correct way would be to terminate the plinth heater in a switched fused spur or an unswitched fused spur fused at 13 amp
This can either replace a single or double socket or it can be taken of the socket by using 2.5mm2 twin and earth cable.
All parts availiable from hardware store or electrical retailer

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Sanyo EMS1000 microwave. Keeps blowing 13amp plug fuse.


New or older wiring to microwave? Is there a GFI circuit installed?

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Diplomat integrated oven- 13amp?


You need to get an electrician to wire it in to a 30amp cooker outlet. It is 30amp rather than 13amp (like most sockets). It should go to its own fuse in the fuebox

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Plug amp


Yes it should be safe to use a 13 amp fuse.

The convention with fuses is up to 720 watts a 3 amp fuse should be used and above 720 watts a 13 amp fuse should be used.

To be precise you need to know the exact wattage of the kettle.
Sometimes maufacturers will fit 5 amp fuses but these are only good for a power rating of 1200 watts maximum (at 240 volts).

So as your kettle is rated at more than 1200 watts it needs a 13 amp fuse.

Hope this is a FixYa.

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Range master toledo 90


I would follow these requirements if I were you:

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.

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