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Changing batteries The wires were taken off, single yellow, yellow/red...seperate but together, and a black. I know black is neg and red and yellow is pos. but nothing happens when i plug it in. Do you have diagram on what goes with what. or a manual on the xs 900?

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Black is ground

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