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My HS-23 stereo headset had accidentally got plucked off and totally disconnected from the soldering of the mobile section. I checked all the wires in the headset using continuity tester and I found all were working. I just need to solder the wires that has been plucked off from the mic switch but the problem is that I am unable to understand which color wire should be soldered to which point. Could you please help me out which color wire should be connected to which terminal in the mic switch case.

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In this middle section, the wires are as follows: MIC+: Yellow MIC-: Black L+: Blue L-: Copper/Grey Stripe? R+: Copper R-: Copper/Grey Stripe? (same as L-, they should be interchangeable...) Sirial?: Yellow/Orange Stripe Uout: Red GND: Green Hope this helps!

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