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Conecting a lead to an electric hob

There are 5 terminals in the connection box. 3L & 2N . + 1EARTH what terminals do I use to conect the mains cable to just to use the hob alone? If i needed to conect a Double oven, can i conect it into the same box ? and do i have to conect any straps to the other terminals?

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My hobhas 5connections 2red in one blue,white, black , purple, each in seperate which ones do i connect to the live and neutral the earth is clearly marked

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The usual method is to link the 3 live terminals together and the 2 neutrals. the links normally come with the hob and are often already in position. make sure the links are present and tightened down. it then doesnt matter which of the three you connect live to and same for neutral
you should connect the double oven on a separate circuit with its own isolator

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