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Wiring for the arm head where the needle goes. Wires were unplugged by accident now not sure how to plug them back in. Rockola sybaris 474.thanks

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Thee is a standard wiring connection for stylus cartridges. Looking at the rear of the cartridge, there are four connections. With the stylus point down, starting at the top left and moving clockwise:-
White wire - Left channel out (10 o'clock)
Red wire - Right channel out (2 o'clock)
Green wire - Right channel ground (4 o'clock)
Blue wire- Left channel ground (8 o'clock)

Alternately the connection arrangement could be in a vertical line with alternate pins staggered. In this arrangement looking from top to bottom it will be :-
White wire - Left channel out ( Top left)
Red wire - Right channel out (Second right)
Blue wire- Left channel ground (Third left)
Green wire - Right channel ground (Fourth right)

I hope this helps

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SOURCE: My husband unplugged the power

plugs should only go back together one way- if you mean he removed wires from plug- get a manual from Autozone- Hayes manual

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