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LOST SPEAKER WIRE FOR LG TELEVISION SET

I HAVE AN OLDER LG PLASMA TV WITH THE DETACHABLE SPEAKER ON THE SIDE OF THE TV. THE TV DO NOT HAVE A BUILD IN SPEAKER. THE SPEAKER WIRE HAS BEEN MISPLACED AND NOW MY TV HAS NO SOUND. CAN YOU HELP ME LOCATE A SPEAKER WIRE.

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  • Inno Laur May 11, 2010

    Any speaker wire would work for that. Wal-Mart or Radio Shack should have it. That is unless it has a special end on the speaker wire. In that case you'd have to contact an LG dealer or service center.



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Any two core light gauge wire will suffice. Any electronics supplier would be more than happy to help you.

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