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Neff elect oven b4542no i need to connect 240 volt supply to the oven. There is no indication which is active or neutral on the rear connection of the oven. The colours of the wires are yellow/green -earth black-? blue-? Please can someone give me the answer Regards RICK.

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The middle wire is the neutral. the green wire.

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