I moved in a flat one month ago. There was no cooker and I was happy to buy my own cooker. The agent said that the landlord is going to pay to install it, because he knows someone and the hob has to be installed as well. The cooker came. One week later the electrician came to have a look. He said that we have to replace the cooker with a lower consumption one, because if we use the heaters and the shower (which is an electric one) at the same time with the cooker it is possible the fuse from the main panel on the stair’s case to jump which means problems with the electrical company supplier! Then the electrician changed his mind and he said there is a possibility to keep the cooker and replace the cooker cable in the attic, but he has to talk to the landlord, because there is going to be a small decoration above the hob. One week later, the agent sent me a message to ask me if I replaced the cooker. I told him I didn’t even try, because I was waiting to get an answer to know if the landlord agrees to change the cable or not. One week later, the electrician sent me a message and he told me the materials cost is £105 and labour £100, which looks like they expect me to pay. Who is supposed to pay for this? Apart from the cooker issue, the heaters don’t work and I don’t have hot water. They said a plumber is going to come to have a look. I hope they don’t ask me to pay the plumber as well. Who’s responsibilities are these? Any information would be appreciated. Thank you very much!