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I have just purchased a new electric cooker. The old one had three terminals in the back, one each for live, neutral and earth. The new one has three marked live, two marked neutral and one marked earth. I am not sure which terminals I should use for live and neutral, can you advise please. Thank you. Roger

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Hi.
Live goes to live as normal earth to earth as normal, and the neutral is probably a comonj terminal, in other words it probably has a lnk joining the 2 neutrals together.

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