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Hello,
I am replacing my old storage heaters (single supply). I have two choices either buy replacement ones which require only off-peak or buy the more modern type which require peak and off-peak supplies.

I am wondering if an electrician will be able to create the new peak supply by running a cable from the nearby 13amp wall socket or whether he'll have to run a cable all the way back to the Consumer Unit.

If the latter I will try to source an old style heater as we dont want all that upheaval.

Thanks for your advice

Cheers

Paul
 
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