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Jenn Aire single wall oven, model # ?

Wires in the back of the oven got exposed, and I guess were touching the metal. Some of the fiberglass got burned a little, these wires connected to the ovens heating element. They are two different sizes. I'm trying to figure out what these wires are called so that I can order and replace them. The longest wire connects to a black plastic connector with holes (other wires connect to this part also)

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Doubt if wares are available as a spare. just go buy some heatproof wire of the right size - should be available from any electrical shop

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