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Ft290 looking for mic wiring schematic

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  • Mike Docking Jul 27, 2008

    Many thanks,but I did find the solution to my question some time ago,thanks anyway for your help.

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From the manual.mobile mic, pin1, braid. pin2 white(mic).pin3 ptt black.pin6 freq up,blue. pin7 freq down,red.hope this helps

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