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Filling concrete into a big hole in a countertop

I have a stove that I want to remove from my concrete countertop. If I remove it, there would be a big hole, I think about 3ft x 2ft with less than 6 inches of height. It is far from being a perfect rectangle. The hole goes through from the top to the bottom. There's a two-tier cabinet below it. I hope the picture below says it all:

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Putting the stove there was a mistake as I have never used it. I want to cover the hole with concrete so that the countertop is flat and tiles can be laid on top of it.

I've searched online but I could't find any answer.

So how do I fill the hole with concrete? Do I need rebar / mesh for the concrete? How does the new concrete stick to the old one?

I'm on a tight budget and I know that this is going to cost hundreds, so appointing someone is not an option.

Thank you.

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Filling concrete into a big hole in a countertop - by bestsane - 19-04-2020, 01:40 PM

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