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Pioneer cd tuner deck model xc-is21t missing lead

I have the above cd system and have lost one of the main leads to the system.

i have searched the internet and cant find anywhere to get the required part that is needed.

all i can do to explain the lead is that its the main lead that links the cd deck to the amplifier and its has a square connector on both ends

any help on this matter ie a part number or a place as to were i can get this part would be very appreciated thanks and look forward to hearing from yoiu

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Go to www.donberg.ie and search for ADE7039 CONNECTING LEAD , order code piac 173

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