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Which pins in harness are hot and negative etc.

I just got one of these and it came with no plug, but I need to test it to see if it works can anyone tell me which pins in the harness are Hot,Negative etc.
Thanks its a kenwood Dpx-710 md mini disc player

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Usually the red is hot and the black or other is the ground !

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