Question about Ovens
I have a belling 646 format cooker which i need to change the main oven thermosta in, it has conectors marked 1, 2, and earth there are four wires blue, yellow , white, and purple, which goes to which conector?
SOURCE: Hotpoint EW81 Dual Oven Cooker
Installed the new Dual Regulated switch which operates the Gril, but have got the wires inserted incorrectly. Need help wiring it up.
Wires are 2x Red,Black,brown,gray,Yellow and a red link wire which came with the part
New switch is a Diamond H - 48ER101C1P.
Numbers on switch are S1,P2,2,P1,4,S2
At the moment I have no cooker - help.
Posted on Dec 30, 2009
An integrated oven that has a 13 amp plug can be wired into a cooker point without any concerns since you are wiring it into a feed that is capable of handling a greater power requirement than is needed.
For the avoidance of doubt, the other way around, if you are considering putting a 13 amp plug on a unit that is designed for direct hardwiring into a cooker point, you should think again because it is probably capable of drawing more current than the 13 amp socket could safely handle
Posted on Jul 19, 2011
SOURCE: my terim cooker has 3
green or green and yellow is the ground (earth), blue is neutral, black and brown are both lives. this is the standard european wire color code since 2004. If it is older than that, black was used as a neutral, and blue as a live. very confusing.
Posted on Jul 21, 2011
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