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Tm545 drier where do wires go when changing elemant

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If there are just two terminals (which is usual for drier elements), it doesn't really matter - just put them on whichever way seems tidiest.

If there are three, then you need to make sure that the green wire with the yellow stripe goes to the metal body of the element (usually via the fixing nut). The other two go to the main terminals in whichever order feels tidiest.

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