Devil

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  1. There must be a dedicated circuit breaker for the cooker due to its high amperage. If you could turn that off/remove it, then you could disconnect it safely and get someone to tidy up any connections. However as you’re asking the question then I suggest you need to get an electrician to do it for you. Shouldn’t cost more than £50 for peace of mind.