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I Am an Electrician, and a customer of mine is buying a Cata efm60ss oven, I Need to know the KW rating so I Know whether to put in a seperate supply or if can run off a 13amp plug top Thanks.

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    Thanks Apptech 79, I saw somewhere that it was 2.38kw but wanted to check

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If you are a electrian then you know in your IEE 16th or 17th exam BS7671 ,that a main cooker is a fixed appliance and needs its own 32A main feed. Do not run a main cooker of a plug it is dangerous, Seek a qualified and experienced electrian to install a main kichen cooker.

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From what i can gather it is 2.4KW so 13 amp would be ok

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