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I am wiring a Smeg wall oven and am confused by the connection block at the back - there are red wires which would be active normally, but are marked as N for neutral on the terminal block, the other terminal is marked A for active and has white wires. It appears that the active goes unswitched to the fan, which means the neutral is switched - is this normal in ovens, and are the red wires OK to be considered as netral connected? Any help appreciated.

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