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My chinchilla chewed my speakers wires in half, can i get a new one? it is for lg speakers thanks, Jessica

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Yes there are replacement wires for virtually every system on the market today. Note the make/model go to local electronics store and ask the sales rep the location of the speaker wires. The new wires should have instructions on how the remove the damaged wires and replace with new.

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