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Roger bleep kit

Hi i have a midland cb (UK) and i want to fit a roger bleep kit to it what i need to know is which wires are the transmit and receive on the mic plug. the kit has got pin 2 has one of them but the guy in my electronic shop told me that that is the ground wire if i can tell him which is which he can fit the kit
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    I think a roger bleep kit is a tool used by the FCC to censor foul-mouthed truckers, no?

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