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Dualit 4 slice toaster.


the timer broker on the toaster - i took the 6 screws on the bottom out and 2 screws on the one screw on the right hand side.

when i looked inside i noticed the earth wire hanging free - does this attach to the body of the toaster via the one screw on the right hand side of the toaster?

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