It’s also F03 on mine, deadly consistent in page numbering, symbols precisely to the ISO code, but frustrating to read as you need so much cross referencing to understand what is going on. But it’s all there, worth persisting. I have two copies of mine, so I mark up one with notes and changes, plus the PDF if I ever need to reprint. I would not even think about trying to trace anything from the PDF. My mind does not work that way. Several pages spread out open at the same time helps, and that “quality time” I mentioned. I can understand your frustration, but hang in there with the complete book in front of you.
You picture looks like part of F16 in mine, and the bit to the left of what you have shown is the bit you need if it is the same as mine. F16 is titled 12 V Electrical schematic, though I see your picture is labelled 12 V Optional.... Perhaps a different page.
Different numbering on my one. I’ll try Jeanneau again for a copy of the 469 wiring diagrams, I got a hold of the 479’s wiring diagram from somewhere but they should be the same document.
Surprise, guess where I found some manuals. I'll try to upload mine as the 42DS was missing, 469 was listed (see links below). I think the 42DS documents might have more comprehensive details on the electrical systems. I did spot that numbering on Schieber panel diagram in the 469 Owner's Manual was exactly the same as on my 42DS manual.