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I'm looking to wire my NEFF B1322N1GB oven and have taken the back cover off. I can see three screws, one for earth is obvious but I don't know what one of the other two is Live and Neutral. One has brown and blue cables coming out of it and the other has two black cables coming out of it but like I say I don't know what one is Live and what one is Natural. Really appreciate any advice you can. Thanks Peter

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