Hi first posting here but will probably not be the last
Having a new kitchen fitted soon and changing from gas to all electric cooking, (corgi registered plumber is disconnecting old cooker so I dont need reminding of that) When the property was built about 25 yrs ago it had all the wiring in place for an electric cooker, however it has never been used as such and merely feeds a double 13 amp socket, with a pur to a single one. so that can be easily rectified with a cooker switch/ and single socket, I will however need to put in place a cooker connecter to hard wire the oven.
As the electric hob is an induction type this will probably need to be hard wired as well, So can I hard wire both into the same connecter, or do I put in two connecters, if so can I just connect the two together a few inches apart or do I need a seperate spur coming from the cooker control switch?and, are there any rules and regs I need to be aware of ?
NB, new CU fitted 3 months ago
Lastly I am fitting all the major appliances with seperate fused isolators and putting the 13amp sockets under the worktops, does any one know where I can get the ones that are pre labelled with the appliance to which they isolate , i.e washer, dryer etc?