Basically my cooker broke and I bought a new one anyway when they came to fit it they said I didn't have the electric box needed to fit it so wasn't able to. (The current one is gas) anyway they took it away and I just continued using the one I had as it does work but is broke (long to explain) anyway I've now saved up the money to buy another one again but don't want a gas one this time. Really want dual fuel but will that also need the electric thing to connect it that they said I didn't have?? Tried asking argos this who had no idea and tried asking the council if they could fix one in (said no) so does anyone have any ideas? As I said really don't want a gas one again. (Sorry for posting this here literally don't know where else to ask)
I think (but am in no way certain) that a cooker with a 13 amp oven supply can simply be plugged in. It would need a Google, actually it would need sound advice from someone in the know, but it might be a possibility?
You can get some small ones that will plug into a normal socket but even then they should really be on their own circuit to avoid overloading the general kitchen one. We got an electrician in to install the right thing once we realised, luckily before he'd finished rewiring the house so it didn't cost much extra.
Would the council allow you to have this done if you paid for it? Our (private) landlord in our old house was fine with us getting new pipes to move a washing machine to a cupboard.
Probably if I done it myself yeh but I saved up for this new cooker so will have to continue saving whilst having a broke cooker iyswim so wouldn't be worth going another 2/3 months. Think il just have no choice but to get gas again. Thanks for the comments.