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I need wiring drigram for a tristar 120

All the wires have came off.... need to know which wires go to which numbers.....

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    all wires came off were does they do which numbwer

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Here is info your looking for-for a 636l to a tristar 120 -is as follows-1-audio, 2-shield&blue,3-black,4-red,yellow not connected.

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