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THE WIRES IN MY DAD'S OLD MIDLAND 77-106 MIC. HAVE BROKEN LOOSE

I HAVE AN OLD MIDLAND RADIO THAT HAS A FEW WIRES THAN HAVE SEPERATED FROM THE SMALL BOARDS INSIDE OF THE MICROPHONE. IT IS A CHANNEL CONTROL MIC, --ONE BLACK WIRE FROM THE CORD IS NOT CONNECTED (ALL THE OTHER CORD WIRES ARE OK)--THE TRANSMITTER BUTTON APPEARS TO HAVE ALL WIRES CONNECTED TO IT--ONE GREEN WIRE FROM THE SPEAKER/MIC IS NOT CONNECTED(THE OTHER GREEN WIRE IS GOING TO THE TRANS.)--ALL FOUR WIRES COMING OUT OF THE PUSH BUTTON BOARD ARE ONLY CONNECTED TO THAT PANEL, BUT NONE ARE LANDED ON ANY OTHER CIRCUITS( THERE ARE TWO BLACK & TWO YELLOW).
I JUST NEED TO KNOW WHERE THEY MIGHT GO SO THAT I CAN SOLDER THEM BACK PROPERLY!
THIS IS AN OLD CHEAP CB, BUT IT IS MY 80 YEAR OLD DADS FAVORITE RADIO. HE REALLY WANTS IT TO WORK AGAIN!
THANKS FOR ANY ASSISTANCE AT ALL.
SINCERELY, BRIAN

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First check out the front for a circle with 27/81 this is the 40 channel (FM). if you cant find the circle it is (AM) and not used as much in the uk. if it means alot to you and your dad post it to cb communications shildon DL4 1HE and i will will see want i can do.

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SOURCE: NEED A MANUAL FOR A MIDLAND CB MODEL 77-805,AND A MIC

You can download it at www.cbtricks.com ....hope this was helpful...

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