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I'm looking for the wiring instructions for a Belling format cooker. I have purchased a new Oven thermostat and the old one is not wired the same way as the new one. The old part is 47THC33/215 an dthe new one is ET54001/215. Connectors 1 to 6 correspond but the bottom connections don't (marked A, B, C) - any ideas

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If the new switch is a substitute, should have come with instructions.
If no instructions, I would suggest matching the markings on the switch next to each terminal.eg, match terminal marking on old switch as L1 to marking on new switch as L1. The markings are industry standard and should match from old switch to new switch.

If you need further assistance, let me know
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what is the make and model number of your cooktop? Thanks
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Hello,

I suspect on teh wiring from the house the black&white will be the hot wires and the bare will be ground/neutral

use a volt meter before connecting tonew cooktop and check for;
black/bare to have 120volts
white/bare to have 120volts

if that is what you find...connect new cooktop as such;

black to black
red to (house) white

(cooktop) white and green to bare


GENE

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If you need further assistance, let me know
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