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Hi there new here I have been fitting a new kitchen and I want to extend the power supply in kitchen we only have one double socket on one wall and one on another. So I am wanting to ad a single socket below work top for washer with an fcu above work top to isolate. And the same for gas oven so what I am looking at is adding 3 extra double sockets and two singles I also have an extractor hud that needs power to I know about over loading that’s why I was adding fcu’s but with only having one socket on that wall and only been able to have 3 wires f
 
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mattg4321

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Get a sparks to do this work. See far too many dangerous situations as a result of incompetent persons carrying out this kind of work.
 
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Toneyz

I always think that this is more than DIY eg adding an extra socket.
 
You don't need FCUs. Plugs have fuses in them. You don't need to duplicate.
 

Des 56

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Other than a vague description of what you seem to intend to install,what is your question or point ?
 

telectrix

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a separate rfc for the kitchen is my advice, get a local sparks to quote.
 
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