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Replacing the wall heater thermocouple

The wire lead on the thermocouple is not a tube, it's two wires, copper & silver colored. There are three screw connections on the heater controller. I forgot which screws the thermocouple wires connected to. Two of the screw connections have wires from the burner connected, also copper & silver colored. Where do I connect the thermocouple?

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If there are 3 go with the outer 2

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I'd go with the obvious.

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