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you have not voided the warranty, even if manu. tries it on. sometimes you need to cut a plug off to feed cable through a hole, then fit new plug.
Agreed if you fit a new 3 pin plug, I don’t like the moulded plugs personally, as I can’t inspect the cable connections inside, but,if you then hardwire it, you’re going against manufacturers instructions.
 
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Agreed if you fit a new 3 pin plug, I don’t like the moulded plugs personally, as I can’t inspect the cable connections inside, but,if you then hardwire it, you’re going against manufacturers instructions.

You should use experience and knowledge also. Not just blindly follow whatever ropey instruction sheets come with stuff these days. There is nothing wrong with feeding an appliance from an FCU.
 

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