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WL184 shure lavalier mic and T4N

I am trying to solder the WL184 into the shure radio transmitter that came with the VHF T4N receiver as the old omni unit that came with it is duff. I need the correct pin configuration, as I had to disconnect the 4 pin mini connector that came with the WL184 and now the WL184 must be hard wired into the plug terminal of the T1G that works with it.
I need the pin config of the plug in the T1G and The wire config of the W184
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The WL184 will not work with the T1G. The T1G does not supply the 5 volts bias that is needed for the WL184.

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