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I had to remove a momentary power switch from my Motorguide foot control due to the rubber boot being worn and no contact being made. Forgot to document where the three wires were connected to the two screws (one screw in center of switch, one off center). I thought I remembered the black being on center and the white and colored wires being together on the other, but I'm not sure. please advise. Thank you

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the black wire goes to - and the red goes to + for 12 volts. If you want 24 volts you need to add another battery and run a jumper wire from the - of the first battery to the + of the second battery and hook the white wire to the - of the second battery. Here is a picture to help you.

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