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I have just purchased a new mother board for my machine as the old one blew up. i need a diagram of the wiring to re install it. any chance that i could get one from somewhere as the machine is only 2 years old and its a fantastic machine and i need it..... not too prepared to buy new one after this time. i had my old one for over 20 years and had no problems with that one but it got too old and i needed a change. so please if you could help it would be great. thanks. Maura

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All connections to the zanussi modules are plug and socket and are keyed so you can't put them in the wrong place

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