from the ECAwhich says it isn't notifiable (question 3 on the list of FAQs).
I should have added in my first post that the hob is already fitted with a cable; the alternative to connecting the hob and oven to the same block is to is to fit a 13A plug to the hob and use one of the existing sockets (with a 3A fuse, of course). However that means a trailing wire and continuous use of one of the sockets in the kitchen.
Hi rob, I would have thought if hob only for ignition then from the outlet plate connector supplying oven you could run a 13A skt via a short length of 4mm2 cable, it may be in fact that your oven load is less than 13A as well so changing the connection plate to a double 13A skt may be the answer altho' space for plugs may be too small or close to oven vent, I've seen both done before with no probs.
ECA site quite good & NAPIT have forum like this one also, no doubt NIC do as well, but as not member never looked,regards SPARX
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