PSU connector replacement

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    Hi There i have a problem with a mixing desk PSU connector. I am looking to retrofit a new connector to the PSU / Mixer When i have come to solder new connectors the wiring colours are different from the PSU, than on the board connector. Can you explain which colour wires correspond to each other. Thanks you for you time...Gary
     
    Gary Pearson, Dec 6, 2017 at 12:29 PM
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    After consulting Mrs Zoowickies crystal ball she says connect the doohicky colour one to the thingyumybob one.......

    Seriously.... give us a clue!!!
     
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    Sorry it would help if i included the colours.... thanks for replying. PSU wires are Black White and Brown, the wires from the mixer board are Red Green and black. I am connecting with an XLR plug and socket......Many Thanks
     
    Gary Pearson, Dec 6, 2017 at 1:03 PM
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    Still none the wiser I'm afraid.

    We need to know what signal (voltage) is one what wire and which wires require them! Schematics of the power unit and the mixing desk would help, as would make/model numbers of both units.
     
    kellys_eye, Dec 6, 2017 at 7:38 PM
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