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Replacing the original oven selector switch (8 terminals) with new component part (11 terminals) as recommended by Smeg distributor - what is the correct wiring connection sequence? Do I maintain the same sequence of connections ie wire 6 to terminal position 1, wire 3 to terminal position 1a - or is it different for the new component?

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ashburton

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SOURCE: How to wire SMEG Oven SA9066CER

Yes that sounds o.k

Posted on Nov 30, 2008


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If they only way to fit your cable is by using the terminal push on connector (which, frankly, i'm not 100% sure what that's describing) and you can easily get that from your hardware store then yes, as long as you can connect up your wires without difficult and without stray copper.

Red wire is live, but white may be live as well during one aspect of operation. Usually neutral is black or blue. If your cable has red white and blue color in it then your using a 3 phase cable. A single phase 3 core cable will have red/brown black/blue green/greenyellow.

Hope this helps. Let me know.
John

Posted on May 09, 2009

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Looking at http://www.smeg-service.co.uk/support/index.php I have come to the conclusion that the best wat to have this problem resolved is to post it to the help forum or hire an engineer. Smeg has locked down any drawings. Take some pics and draw the wires and you might get someone to figure it out for you. Always remember that the company certified technicians can fix it the right way the first time ;)
Good luck.
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Posted on Feb 26, 2011

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