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Neff oven internal wiring colours

I'm in the UK. I have replaced my old Neff oven with a new one which came without a lead and plug. The old one had 2 leads one of them blue attached inside to the neutral connector the live connecter had two leads attached inside, one brown and one white. The connectors were labeled appropiately N and L. The new Neff oven (2.4Kw) has no N or L labels. There is one blue and one lilac lead attached to one connector and two black leads attached to the other connector. It the connector with the black internal leads the Neutral?

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Red is positive and black is neutral normally on these ovens, dont recall seeing blue and lilac.

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