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I want to bypass smeg oven clock which has failed. Top oven

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I want to bypass smeg oven clock which has failed. Top oven fine. Bottom oven switched out by broken clock. Timer connections are 4 connectors. Top to bottom
1 twin red
2 single red
3 twin red (thinner wires)
4 twin black (thinner wires)
Model smeg d081css-5
Hello, my name is George..

Can you post a picture of the rear of the timer; use the paperclip above to attach the photo..

Kindly be patient whilst awaiting any responses from me as I'm not constantly available.
Customer: replied 2 years ago.

Here's the photo

Grant; the two red wires to the left of the white block with the number 33 on it; join them together

Customer: replied 2 years ago.


Not sure what orientation you are viewing the picture on

There are three thick red wires in total, 2 in one connector and one in another. Then there are 2 thin red wires in the same connector. Do I just join all three thick ones?


There is a connector with two red wires at the top, then another underneath that with a single red wire.. connect those two terminals together
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Customer: replied 2 years ago.