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Posted 9th Jul 2013
Hello, I am having some rewiring done in my kitchen and have been told that if I purchase a cooker hood the electricians will fit it at no extra charge, however, it must be one that has no pipes which need a hole made in to the wall etc. I have an Electrolux cooker - 60 cm wide - would I have to buy a cooker hood the same width, 60 cm, as the cooker? I've looked on-line at Currys at a few and was considering their basic, standard black one. It looks as if it should be just attached to the wall, is this correct, because on another site it says that the standard ones have to be fitted under a wall cupboard (there is not one above my cooker). Also, do the chimney type ones have to have a hole made through the wall for extraction? Any advice most appreciated.
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