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SAITEK STANARD YOKE- WIRING PROBLEMS

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Saitek Yoke (Not Cessna). _ I have removed the front cover of the Yoke so I could feed the steel tube through a sheet of chipboard (Own design for a Cessna 172 Cockpit) being the face of my instrument panel.
Unfortunately I did not remove the switches at the top of the yoke wheel at which point the wire to the switches snapped of their circuit board. I have contacted Saitek for help but they said we do not release our wring drawings
which leaves me deep in the s**t.
Can anybody help me with what wire goes to which point on the P/C board. If I had removed the switches I would be OK-I did not-Big mistake.
HELP - HELP- HELP
I have a Rotary switch which I do not have a clue where it goes
I started this project before a 3 week holiday in November, I had a serious fall -.Knocked myself out on the tiles
and ended up with a Brain Bleed and 3 weeks in Lanzarote /Grand Canary hospital's and an escort flight home in late December.
I don't recommend the Hospital food in GC or the attitude of the Nursing staff - They do not like Brits???
PLEASE COULD SOMEBODY HELP?????????
Kindest regards ,
John[/b]

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