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Hi All. Just a little help I need connecting a electric oven and induction hob. The existing is a 32 amp MCB in the consumer unit. A 4m run of 6mm sq t&e cable from mcb going to a 45A cooker control switch. From here a 6mm sq t&e going into cooker connection unit. I have removed the old electric oven which was connected to the cooker connection unit with 6mm sq t&e cable. I want to connect a new 2.5kw oven and a 6.4kw induction hob. I have a 45 Amp Dual Appliance / Cooker Outlet Plate which will replace the existing cooker connection unit. Is it ok to connect both appliances to the new dual appliance connection unit so they are on the same circuit. If so then what size cable do I need to connect the oven to the connection unit. The hob already has a 5 core cable with the blue and grey cable joined together at the end and the black and brown also joined together. It looks like a 3 phase cable. Any help on this will be much appreciated.
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