I am having trouble reading the schematic for the C&K L204011MS02Q DP4T slide switch (datasheet here). In particular, I am trying to identify the "common" pins so that I can wire this switch up correctly on my PCB.
Looking at the schematic for the L202 DPDT switch in the same datasheet, I can see that pins 2 and 5 are the "common" pins - in each of the two available slide switch positions, the switch is connecting pins 2 and 5 to other pins (pins 1 and 4 or pins 3 and 6, respectively).
In the schematic shown in this datasheet for another DP4T switch, the C&K SS-24E06-TG 5 (P), I can see that the center pins of each row are the "common" pins - in each of the four available slide switch positions, these center pins are connected to other pins.
Returning to the L204 DP4T switch, which pins would be the "common" pins? Many thanks for any help - I have searched far and wide on the internet and consulted with two coworkers and still can't seem to figure this schematic out. Also, I don't currently have access to the switch to buzz the pinout manually.