This is a DynaBass but the wiring is the same. The output goes to the shortest terminal on the stereo barrel jack, the wire marked ring goes to the next longest and the output ground goes to the longest. The ground to the bridge is also soldered to the ground terminal of the jack. The shielding in the control pocket and on the pocket cover plate also need to be grounded.
Note that the shield and negative wires from the pickups are separate. There are three wires from each pickup.... red, black, and shield. In order for the pickups to to be in phase and also form a humbucking pair when the blend control is centered, the pickups are wired out of phase electrically...red is used for hot on one PU and black is used for hot on the other PU. The pickups are magnetically out of phase...north up on one, south up on the other. Except for wire length it makes no difference which pickup goes where.
The trim pot adjusts the output of the preamp and is used to balance the output between active and passive modes.
Hope you get it straightened out. I love all of mine. You may have a later version of the PCB but the wiring will be the same. Your battery will be in a separate compartment but that also does not affect the wiring.
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