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Wiring remote control leitz pradovit n 24

I had send the remote to Leica service but the remote came back
and still is not working The wires inside the pradovit n 24 are of
different color than the once in the remote cable.
can any tell me how to wire the remote so they correspond with
the wires inside the pradovit.
thank you

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