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Could you tell me the white cables placement on the home heater radiatior Delonghi 3107's double switch?

Hello, I need to replace the double switch on my Delonghi 3107 heater radiator (one of the switches is broken). Before removing the switch, there is a pair of 6 cables that need to be unplugged from the switch before removing it; the cables go on the upper, middle, and bottom part of the switch. On top goes two black cables, and either on the bottom part, or in the middle, go the other pair of white or black cables. I really cannot remember if the white ones go on the middle section of the switch or if they go on the lower part, could anyone help me? Thank you.

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