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Rewireing a handle

I got a second hand handle for a tc201 but it had been repaired but was not working. I opened it up ant the wires had been re spliced badly so I respliced them but the head came off and the wires pulled out of the connectors. I dont' remember which wires went to which connectors. THe is a green, black, and a white. Do you haveve a diagram?


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Andrew

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Black goes to gold white to silver well guess you know where green goes now

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