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Replacing heating element in a built in aeg fan oven

I have removed a back panel and unscrewed the heating elemtent which then reveals a red and blue wire which are attached to the element. How do I then remove the element from the wires to replace with the new element, thanks

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Simply pull the wires off, and replace onto new element, it does not matter which wire goes on the terminals, as they are common.
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