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How Do I Install a Ceramic Hob?

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To install a ceramic hob, you will first need to ensure that the package contains baumatic hob, ceramic hob scraper, fixing brackets, fixing screws, spring clips and sealing strip. The installation process begins by cutting a hole at the worktop followed by an application of sealing strip. For the rest of the processes please check online eon tlc-direct.
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Most ceramic hobs are electric-powered, making for a more aesthetically pleasing alternative to electric plate hobs, and more flexibility too. It is advisable to contact a kitchen technician to install a ceramic hob. Please use the following link for a guide to ceramic hob installers in your area:
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