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Coleman a/c I have a coleman a/c unit for a camper. The problem is i can get a swith for it. The switch has 4 positions and a off position. Fan on high and low only and it also controls the a/c on max or normal. The wire that come off the switch is 1 black, 1 red, 1 blue, and 2 orange. I know one of the orange wires come off the thermistat. What kind of switch or switchs will i need to make the a/c work and also just the fan to work. I need to know what wires need to be hooked up to what. Thanks for your help Jason.

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Black= power wire - red= power wire+ blue= a/c control orange#1= thermo orange#2= common

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