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Old 06-26-2012, 05:43 PM   #1
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Anyone know roughly how much I would need to pay to have an hard wired electric point wired up for an electric dual fuel cooker.
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Probably 20 quid.

Considering the glaring lack of detail in your question that is the best I can do.
Your question is almost like asking "How much does a car cost?"
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Hi. Had a quote of a family friend and he said around 200 quid. Think we will just stick with a gas oven.
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20 quid . With the gas to electric converter boxes you guys have over there.. I would say, 2 quid in parts and 3 quid in labor
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