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I am changing the grill element ive unclipped the element at the back but the wire on the left hole disappeared av got the other now i dont know wot to do

The wire on the ieft hole has disappeared through the back got the right one just taped down plus i dont know wot the colour of the wire is the other ones white theres red grey and yellow .

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ISOLATE THE MAINS POWER BEFORE CHECKING THE APPLIANCE
Run your fingers along the grill element, in this model it is accessible, check for raised areas or small hole or roughness not food burnt, if visible, it should be Black Grey colour at the blemish, you can obtain parts from www.whitegoods.co.uk you will need the model and serial numbers.
The grill elements come out but when unsrewed sometimes the ceramic holders crack, remove element before ordering as you may have to replace the element holders.
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