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toyo
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PostSubject: a question for electricians   Mon Sep 20 2010, 13:30

i got my hands on a ceramic hob for my shed for cooking baits.
can i put some wire and a plug on this and plug it in to a normal 220v socket
or do i need to do it different?
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PostSubject: Re: a question for electricians   Mon Sep 20 2010, 13:46

No!

You need a spark into to wire that, has to be put on a ring with an RCD and much higher amp protection.
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PostSubject: Re: a question for electricians   Mon Sep 20 2010, 15:40

NO! You need a loop running from your mains curcuit board to the hob,of heavy duty mains cable,the mcb has to be a high amp.And the whole lot has to be earthed.Or your boillies wont be the only thing cookin
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PostSubject: Re: a question for electricians   Tue Sep 21 2010, 08:49

thanks Very Happy
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