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Kelvinator Stove Power Cable Connection

Hi, I just bought a stove and a 4pin cable to connect it to the power, but my problem is that this cable has a silver metal coming out next to the 4 pins ( I was told that this silver metal is earth) and now I do not know how to screw it in in the main port on the wall. Also on the other end this cable has 5 wires which are 3 red, 1 black and 1 green/yellow, and these have to go directly into the stove and I am not sure as to which wire should go where.
Can I atleast get the photo of the connected stove, Just to see the back view and wich wire should go where.

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You should unscrew the small back panel, on the undercover should be a scetch of the wiring.
If not the three red are live, black is neutral and the g/y is earth, from number 5 to 1 connect as follows: 5 and 4-black,3,2,1 red and look for a screw type fitting or green wires to connect earth.
Its important to connect earth before operating the stove as it cuold lead to serious injury if not connected.
Hope this helps
Richard

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