Draw a circuit using the cascade system, Electrical Engineering

Design and draw a circuit using the cascade system to operate two cylinders (A and B) which, on the operation of a start valve, produces the sequence A - B + B - A+. The cylinders should park in the positions B - A + when the start switch is in the ‘off' position.

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