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Zanussi 7700x help

I have replaced my element in my Zanussi 7700x model. I had to remove the back cover as it was to difficult to do from inside. But just as I am about to put the back cover on after finishing the jobI, Ive spotted a green wire hanging and not connected to anything. It does have one of the connecter attached tho the end so I presume it goes somewhere. can anyone help me.

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If you try the oven ,and everything seems to work o/k, then I would conclude that it is an earth wire that is disconnected.
In itself it will not effect the oven , but it does need to be connected to a convenient earth point or ground as it is sometimes called.
If the oven or one of it's functions does not work, then it is obviously anwire that controls something.
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