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I need the wiring diagram (pin-out) for the Bose headset X to repair the wiring of the jack of the headset (not the aircraft jack)

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SOURCE: I need for Bose X headset connector wiring diagram

It's in the manual I think

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Step 5. Resolder the audio jack back into the circuit board (also accompanied by much cursing). Screw the circuit board down. Put the battery back in and see if everything still works. If it doesn't, check to see if you broke the fine wires just above the audio jack on the circuit board. They run to the other earpiece through the headset.

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At most that I can give you is a general/generic idea. The external speaker/microphone (or in your case the universal headset) uses also the charge jack, chances are that it is a multi terminal/pin jack. Pls refer to the diagram below.

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