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Wrong pin settings for conductors/relays

I received a laptop that has many issues,has been torn apart, put back together (somewhat), and contains non OEM parts.But I counldn't say no to FREE! I am in the process of identifying parts and specs. But I noticed 2 switches on the mainboard that look very tampered with, 1 is a KHS04 relay and the other is an OTAX KHS 10 relay.I've been able to find the product but not the switch positions in relative to my board.Can you direct me to the schematics for these switches?

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