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What color wires atach to theleft hand 0-31 mth

What color wires attach to the left hand 0-31 mth switch track ? the manual does'nt tell you the color code

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Was able to find the instructions for the swith track

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I have an image of the 66V, but it does not show the screws or color of screws.

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Otherwise I will shoot wild and see if I can hit the target.
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