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Need a wiring diagram for Wharfedale ProR200 power supply cord

The power supply has 3 conductors -- Red, Black, Brown attached to transformer -- left to right. On the other (appliance) end, the power cord attachment has three hole connector sleeve with conductor solder lugs labeled 1 2 3. As the conductors were torn off the connector sleeve, I cannot be sure what color goes with which number. I have tried to look inside at the transformer end, but do not see any corresponding numbers on the circuit board. Please assist. Many Thanks Ed Werner

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To connect power cord:
• Remove the screws from the cover of the
junction box located at the top rear of the dryer.
• Loosen/remove the two screws on the strain
relief clamp and remove from 4-wire supply
cord.
• The strain relief splits into two indentical parts.
• Insert the large flange of both sections into the
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• Attach the power cord neutral conductor (white
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Tighten screw until neutral conductor is secure.
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• Tighten the screws on the strain relief so that
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secure with four screws removed earlier.
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