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How to wire SMEG Oven SA9066CER

Hi i have a smeg oven (SA9066CER).

I am connecting it to a 220-240V terminal.

The back of the SMEG has 6 connections.

As far as i can understand from the Manual, the live (red) wire is connected to input 1. The bacl wire is connected to input 4 and the earth (green) is connected to input 6.

Can anyone tell me if this is correct?

Thanks.

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Yes that sounds o.k

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