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Hi Gareth

Still not very clear, is it and if you are not sure ?? I'll try to waz you up a diagram showing both ends of the connection. In between appointments at the moment so will be about three hours and I will elaborate a bit more and try not to make a mess
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Best - Rusty
 

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Gareth if you don't know where the wires come from and you need to setup to BSCRA standard on a three pin plug the only way to check without opening the controller up is with a continuity meter - if you don't have one a low power battery and a bulb will do.

At rest the only two wires that will light your bulb are brake and slide (trigger) - the wire that does not is Power (white)

Once you move the trigger the only wires that will now light your bulb are power & slide - the wire that does not is Brake (Red)

Which highlights the Slider/Trigger (Black) wire.

Diagram and pic below should help you not make the mistakes I did.

Hope this doesn't blow you away the wrong way - Rusty


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