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Hi all,

Just wanted to hear your views on this one, as im in the process of re-wiring my kitchen.
I have completed my City and Guilds in electrical installation parts 1+2, and my tutor who had 30 years experience in the trade, said you should not put the cooker circuit on an Rcd because it causes nuisance tripping due to earth leakage.
However other bits of info i have read over the months have said otherwise, and that you should always have it on an Rcd.
I will be interested to hear your opinions on this one.

Thx.
 
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