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I need to remove an integrated oven - any advice please

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The main advice is to make sure that the AC power breaker and isolation switches are off before you do anything else. Once the oven is pulled forward support it on a bench if it is up high or on a piece of wood if it is low. Then disconnect the electricty supply cable from the rear of the oven and either terminate it safely or remove it from the isolation switch.

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