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No connecter for back of player to connect wires

I got used player with no connecter, where can I buy the connecter

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  • markwood111 Oct 03, 2008

    why do I have to pay when all I need to do is buy a part?

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I called the factory repair shop and ordered the part. I did not have to PAY for this information !!!!

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