Bush AE6BFB Built-In Single Electric Fan Oven - Black. £109.99  Reduced from £299 + delivery @ Argos
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Bush AE6BFB Built-In Single Electric Fan Oven - Black. £109.99 Reduced from £299 + delivery @ Argos

£118.94Argos Deals
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Found 6th Jan 2014
This large built-in single electric Bush oven is sure to provide you with endless scope for meal preparation. With an electric grill that is combined with the oven, 56 litre capacity and double glazed viewing windows, this is an amazingly energy efficient oven that will be a fantastic addition to your kitchen.

Only 3 reviews but 2 @ 5 stars 1 @ 4 stars seems like a bargain have to add delivery £8.99 as no pick up option

22 Comments

thanks, thinking of buying two

This has the potential to be the hottest bush ever...in so many ways


...and on a serious note...heated

Original Poster

Don't forget Quidco

don't think these were ever £299. bush AE6BF in argos catalogue £139 white or £149 stainless steel.

Nice Bush

Is this the one that only has one grill tray in?

This is brilliant. I bought this a few months ago, has a grill tray and two shelves

Don't beat about the Bush. Meat about the Bush.

Can you fit these yourself or do you need an electrician to hard wire them in?

At this price it looks disposable cheap

DoctorJamesWright

Can you fit these yourself or do you need an electrician to hard wire … Can you fit these yourself or do you need an electrician to hard wire them in? At this price it looks disposable cheap



Per description: •Needs to be hard wired into a cooker point on the wall and on its own circuit.

Most are 3 wires - if you can wire a plug, you should manage it (remember to switch off at fuse box).
Most instructions will state to be fitted by an electrician, but include the wiring diagram to follow with the colour coded wires.

DoctorJamesWright

Can you fit these yourself or do you need an electrician to hard wire … Can you fit these yourself or do you need an electrician to hard wire them in? At this price it looks disposable cheap



If you have the termination point already, you can simply turn the power off at the meter, then remove the cover and wire it like a plug. replace cover and slide into place.

If you don't already have a Cooker termination point, you're going have to get a sparky in to put you it's own feed.

Thanks. I ruined my last one with cleaning foam, stripped off the black protective cover, was an expensive oven too.

For me this is much better (I have just got one):

--->OVEN<---

Si__

If you have the termination point already, you can simply turn the power … If you have the termination point already, you can simply turn the power off at the meter, then remove the cover and wire it like a plug. replace cover and slide into place. If you don't already have a Cooker termination point, you're going have to get a sparky in to put you it's own feed.

I have bought this oven and i got an electrician in. I didnt have a termination point, but the electrician checked the information and the wattage was under a maximum allowed that he said a plug could be added. I have had no problems what so ever and the cooker works brilliant

coolmum

I have bought this oven and i got an electrician in. I didnt have a … I have bought this oven and i got an electrician in. I didnt have a termination point, but the electrician checked the information and the wattage was under a maximum allowed that he said a plug could be added. I have had no problems what so ever and the cooker works brilliant


I posted this deal awhile ago for £119. oven has done me proud so far, it is low enough for a 13amp plug so this is correct.

dziekanone

For me this is much better (I have just got one):--->OVEN




This ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

coolmum

I have bought this oven and i got an electrician in. I didnt have a … I have bought this oven and i got an electrician in. I didnt have a termination point, but the electrician checked the information and the wattage was under a maximum allowed that he said a plug could be added. I have had no problems what so ever and the cooker works brilliant


But if something went wrong, would you invalidate the warranty or even your house insurance in a 'worst-case' scenario?

Rickardo

But if something went wrong, would you invalidate the warranty or even … But if something went wrong, would you invalidate the warranty or even your house insurance in a 'worst-case' scenario?



Indesit models like this come with a plug pre-fitted (see full spec). It's the reason I bought this cheapo model for a family member, before I realised how easy the wiring on the back of the oven actually is. With this oven, you could have simple hard wired it straight into the black box on the back (see the images) - It basically had 3 inputs like plug and you got a diagram with instructions.
http://ao.com/product/FIM31KABK-Indesit-Electric-Single-Oven-Black-23849.aspx
Alternative link confirming plug (click full detail):
http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/4776505.htm#pdpFullProductInformation
•Comes with a 3-pin plug attached that goes into a socket in the wall.


If the oven did draw too much power, the fuse in the plug should blow. Sure the electrician mentioned above will have checked how much power it draws before fitting.




Inactive

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Guys

Is this oven ok to wire into a 13amp plug?

Now £149.99

has it got built in light?
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