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Not sure where to put metal piece

Hi, I have just fixed my fridge, I had a problem with the heating element but managed to fix it. When i was putting it back together i had a extra metal piece but not sure where it goes, It is rectangular with angled edges on one side and has 4 notches on this side. It also has 4 wholes that look like 4 circles joined together, any help would be great.

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This is a long silver piece? it fits behind the plastic back panel of the freezer, the 'clover' shaped holes go onto a little plastic nib on the back of the freezer.it prevents heat from melting the back panel.

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this happened to mine while still under warranty, eventually the repair man brought a small replacement part which took 5 minutes to fix, but not before a previous engineer had ordered a complete new door. you should be able to get the part ordered, and it would be easy to replace yourself. Now my FP oven has broken down again

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