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3 pin CD power lead wiring

The CD changer in my newly acquired 2001 Cooper doesn't work, and when I pulled it out to look the three wires that go into the power plug were loose (ie not in the plug anymore). Would someone be able to tell me which wire goes where in the plug please so that I can try and fix it?
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Google mini radio connections, the plug pin positions are clearly shown.

You can find the diagram on here too.
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Thanks for that, I'd not managed to find it, but searched again and got it.
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You're welcome, I had to use it to fit an aux lead as we have satnav fitted too. The pins click in to the plug easily, check which way round to fit them by looking at those in there ( the locating clip goes to the outside so the pin can be released later if needs be). You need a tiny screwdriver to get them out or to bend the pin out a hit if they won't stay in.
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Thanks again, on closer inspection the plug is broken (nearly snapped in two) so I'll need a new one. I've fitted an aftermarket stereo now, so I'm not using it, but would like to sort it out so it can be put back to standard if I sell it. I'll keep an eye out in scrap yards and see if I can get one with a section of loom to splice in.
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