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Which wire goes to which terminal of the element 2 wire one red one blue

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It does not really matter which wire goes where. The red one would be live and the blue would be neutral, but on an oven element they could go on either terminal. Just make sure that everything is turned off when working on the oven etc.

Posted on Jul 22, 2014

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SOURCE: Neff Fan Oven Element _U1661

hi there green and yellow is allways the earth connection which is usually the middle tag, what are the colours of the remaining wires and how many are there???

Posted on Feb 09, 2008

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SOURCE: what is the wire conection sequence

If there is no earth wire to the element, then it it does not matter which wire goes on the terminals of the heater, as they are common, so,as long as you do not connect the wires to earth, it will be o/k.
If one wire is green/yellow, then that goes to rearth.
Hope this helps.

Posted on Dec 22, 2009

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SOURCE: Have had 4 Neff oven elements in 2 years.

If you are not fitting genuine
elements, this is probably the reason they are failing so quickly.
You will pay a lot more for the genuine article, but they will last a lot longer.
Also make sure the fan is working o/k, as this can cause premature element failure.
please rate my solution.
Thanks.

Posted on Feb 07, 2010

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SOURCE: Neff B1721 oven

good day,
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SOURCE: i have changed the element on a neff oven,the wires came off when i unscrewed it from the oven,i have taken the back off and there are 3 white cord type wires,2 of which have a red stripe and the 3rd

All the red stripes on one side, single (if you look carefully should have a black fleck in the cream cord type covering) on the other side.

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