Question about Microwave Ovens
That's a H05BB-F two-phase cable - http://www.icc.it/view_cable.php?id=30 - and it's not intended for you to wired it up by yourself. There is of course a way, but the circuit has to be assessed for viability by a qualified electrician beforehand. The reason there's a two phase connection is that the current to the induction coil COULD be too much for a normal cable.
If that's the case, your kitchen circuit would become a fire hazard - the fuses would not blow, the differential wouldn't trigger, but the cable in the wall and behind your other appliances and furniture might catch fire.
Posted on May 29, 2010
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