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Connection Not sure how to expose terminals on the rear of oven. Requires removal of plastic cover / wire router.

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    The cover is secured by a strange type of "tamper proof" screw - sort of a half hex head. Where can I buy this tool?

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The screws used are tamper proof torx 20 any hardware shop can supply you they are often included with electric drills etc as well remove all back panel screws this will give you access to cooling fans and all elements remove top for access to stata and neons etc.

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Disconnect the power first, then remove cover. I am assuming that the elements are not heating up. What is the problem you are having if it is not this?

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