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PostPosted: 03 Dec 2010 23:56 
J have a stove, oven with 3 burners + one electric plate, taking on c is written "16A-250V", so I plugged into my wall socket 16a.

Off a guy went home for a quote for a kitchen and I say that c is not very recommeded to plug my oven here.
J have taken a well 32a provided on my wall, but not necessarily adapt to the taking of my range.
yet since the time I ever had a problem, my stove has an outlet 16a why I can not plug into a wall outlet 16a ????????

if you could enlighten me, thank you

PostPosted: 04 Dec 2010 0:30 
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your instalation is the standard I do not see any reason for you to give this information, perhaps to inflate his bill, but hey, you do not have to fear your appareil.Cordialement Jean-Paul

PostPosted: 04 Dec 2010 1:36 
For the oven is OK but the oven and a plate, it just becomes !!!!

should know the total power (oven + plate).
3..: Hi

If range comes standard with the plug 16A, no problem for you plug into your wall outlet 16A

But if it's a cable that has been hacked, mistrust, you comply with the recommendations of the manufacturer connection.

acid To +

PostPosted: 04 Dec 2010 1:50 
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Si la cuisinière est fournie d'origine avec la fiche 16A, aucun problème pour vous brancher sur la prise 16A de votre mur

Mais si c'est un câble qui a été bricolé, méfiance, conformez vous aux préconisations de branchement du fabricant.

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PostPosted: 04 Dec 2010 2:50 
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Good evening,
if the range is equipped with a cord with the original molded plug is going well and scored 16 A 230 V on the nameplate, no worries, you can plug into a 16A, that provided for the furnace example.

The answer is the Carmina more suited to the situation
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