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Sorry if this was ambiguous. The reason that the cooker master switch itself is almost always "off" is because I use the microwaves instead of the cooker (!) Once in a blue moon I would switch the cooker on. The socket in the console next to the cooker switch is what I have the extension lead plugged in to.
 
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