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Originally Posted by radodrill;13062538 
Just shave off one of the polarizing keys on the female connector; this can easily be done with a knife or file, then no need to modify the wiring.

Thanks, I'll try this, seems like the simplest way of keeping the connectors.

Thanks for all the input folks!
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