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you may have to get another plug and rewire it the same way as the one you are trying to replace. You will need a pair of wire cutters to cut the plug wire then replace it with the new one the same exact way.
You can. You'll need to figure out the function of the MC 60 wiring and also that of the stock 2517 mic to rewire the MC 60 to it.
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you can't because of the up/down buttons on the mic. the 2950 is a 6 pin and the d-104 is a 4 pin. If you can figure a way to eliminate the u/d switch then go for it. there is a wiring diagram on www.cbtricks.com
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Usually if you need to rewire your on/off/knob, it is because of a faulty knob switch inside..or broken wires to the knob have come unsoldered.etc.
If you have replaced the old knob with a new one,and is an exact same type with same wiring points. you can easily resolder to the orginal areas and it will work.
Broken wires from the switch could be resecured to the post they came off of if you have access to the schematics diagram to your on/off switch.
If you dont, you can download a PDF file from your manufactorers site..searching for your particular make and model c.b. then download the manual...at a cost or for free..