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How to hook up wiring to the trigger switch on Milwaukee Sawzall?

Have 4 wires. Do not know where 2 white wires on each corner go. Please help.

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  • David Ford
    David Ford May 11, 2010

    Second request on model number and we can get you running again

  • David Ford
    David Ford May 11, 2010

    what is the model number and I will look at a diagram and let you know

  • Melvy Martinez
    Melvy Martinez Dec 17, 2013

    i need the wiring diagram of a milwaukee trigger switch 23-66-1666



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I have tried 2 clarification requests, but give me the model number and I will get you a wiring schematic, I also need the code on the serial number about the first 5 digits. Please let me know and we can take care of this in a day of 2

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