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Need wirirng diagram for batteries, pride revo

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Hi,

look at page 25, it contains a basic layout for the batteries.

http://www.pridemobility.co.uk/docs/UK_Revo_om.pdf

Please vote if this helps.

Regards
GeWiz.

Posted on Jan 06, 2010

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