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Pulled the wires for the crts off. didn't label them correctly help

I was changing out the ic's (convergence problems)and i took all the connectors off, replaced the ic's and put it all back together. the last set of wires that i need to connect are the wires that connect to the green, blue, and red crts. dummby me, i labeled the board and the connectors,but not the wires. now i don't know which wires go to which connector. it is for the board that is labeled HD INPUT-AV-5 and HD INPUT-AV4. on the board itself the connectors are labeled 1720 1710 1700. they are all 3 pin connectors. is there any way to find out which connector goes to which gun (or crt board)? here is where a picture of it is. labeled 1 2 3 http://www.tv-forums.com/cgi-bin/gforum.cgi?do=post_attachment;postatt_id=424;guest=7905077&t=search_engine

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Yes the first one near the rear of the set goes to the blue crt which if you are looking in from rear will be on the far left and the middle will go to green in the middle and the 3rd or last will go to red on the right. A rule of thumb in this case is alway red on right and green is always middle crt.

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