I recently picked up a Induction Hob that's rated at 32A for one of my kids. I want to test it and think that the Plug Socket you often find on the same socket as the Cooker Mains switch is on a separate 32A ring main (basically the same ring main as the cooker)? I was thinking I can wire a plug onto the Induction Hobs cable temporarily and plug it into that specific socket just to do some testing. As this is just a 10 minute test I don't want to get in an electrician and don't want to hump it all the way to my kids place if there's anything wrong with it. Thoughts?