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Smeg wiring smeg SE2732ID is marked 3NAC, how should this be wired? Is it 3 phase?? there is a blue and grey wire in the same crimp, 2 earths in the one crimp and a loose brown and loose black wire!

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SOURCE: fagor induction hob

here is link to installation manual:)

http://www.fagoramerica.com/my_fagor/technical_information


Good luck and BE CAREFUL!!!

Posted on Apr 11, 2011

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