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Re: VHF Radio Hookup

The black wire is normally the ground, if it was fused, the orange wire is probably the hot wire. I have no Idea what the red wire is, but try the orange and black wire, and see what you get.
Gene Adams
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Sent: Tuesday, September 07, 2004 6:36 PM
Subject: VHF Radio Hookup

I have an old Unimetrics Sea Hawk 50 VHF radio that I want to install. The previous owner gave it to me without a manual or any explanation. It seems to work OK but I have a question that I hope one of you can answer. The wiring harness has a red and black wire, naturally, but also an orange wire with an in-line fuse. The red and black wires were cut so I don’t know if the red wire was fused or not. Any ideas on the proper power hookup for the red and orange wires?




Raleigh Martin

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