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By cooker I guess you mean stove/oven. Different makers use different color wires, but if this is a 220 volt unit, you should have two hot wires and one neutral. The hots can connect to either hot, just don't hook a hot to the ground. Use a voltmeter to see which of the mains is hot (if in doubt), and trace wires on cooker to see which is the ground. Easy!
Posted on Dec 15, 2014
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