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 Post subject: Belling CookerE552
PostPosted: Sat Jul 21, 2018 6:43 pm 
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Hello All - curious?
Belling E552
This cooker 9.53 KW,
In my eyes 9530 / 230 = 41, so would use a MCB 45amp?

The manual states:
9,53KW
32 amp fuse
Can someone please put me in the right direction.
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 Post subject: Re: Belling CookerE552
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Diversity.

No, not the dance group, but its assumed that not all the "bits" will be on at the same time, so there for it can have a lower rated fuse.

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It's also covered in the OSG.


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My Belling can draw around 60A but instructions still say use a 32A supply. It has never tripped the supply, the 32A MCB protects the cable, and it takes time for a cable to warm up, so 60A for 30 seconds is not a problem, there are charts to show how long at what over load it will take to trip, but main point trip will work before cable over heats.

To boil a pan of water may take 10 minutes but once boiled my Belling auto turns down the output so you can't really use more than an average of 32A over an hour.


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Dear all,
Great to read all your thoughts and facts, you keep tackling my questions from different angles - same results of course, filling me with confidence and happiness!.

Don't stop at this point.
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