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Wiring a midland 78/999 cb radio microphone

Have found an old midland 78/999 base station cb radio but the wires from the microphone are all pulled would anyone know the right colour wires and where they go on the four pins the colours are blk / white / red /and a shield

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Pin 1 = white
Pin 2 = shield
Pin 3 = black
Pin 4 = red

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    ronniesalley May 20, 2013

    What is a shield?

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