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So we have an older cooker, it seems to blow elements every couple of years. Which in itself is annoying but not too bad, but when the element fails it trips the main breaker in the house taking the power out. It resets fine, but is there a way to put a second RCD nearer the cooker that will trip before the main one so i dont loose all power. Yes i can look to replace the cooker, but this could occur with any i think.
 

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