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Changing output jack on front routed bass. when ready for reassy, noticed two wires broken. they run from the wide plug, #3 and #5 from red side to ???. help?

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VIsit Peavey's website at http://www.peavey.com contact their customer support and you can order a wiring diagram on how these pickups should be wired. I've always been able to get any diagram I've needed for any of their products, some times you have to pay for them but sometimes they can be downloaded for free.

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