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Need to find a replacement

I need a flat ribon 12 pin cable, its part number is E118077 2896 80C VW-1. I cant seem to find it anywere, if you could tell me wher would i be able to find this item. its very important to me for puting my computer back to work.

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  • ard0100 Oct 09, 2008

    I have the same problem, i need replacement cable. I have no sound without this cable and power on button not working too, oh yes and microphone in laptop as well.

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Please call HP Sales at (800) 227-8164 between 5 AM and 6 PM Pacific Time, Monday thru Friday to order the required part.

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Try ebay newegg and part shops online in google serch have u buy old broke labtop just like this on ebay cheap use its parts

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