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JVC UX1 micro system - ribbon cable damaged

The ribbon cable which connects the 2 parts of the system (amp and radio/cd player) has come adrift from the male plug. I can fix it back on but one of the pins is missing. Do you know where I can get a new plug or pine or other advice how to fix it?

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SOURCE: no sound while playing dvd/cd

sound muting circuitery prblem or sound swiching section problem can occure this type fault.sometimes it can be cd /dvd printed board problem.give it to qulifid technician .

nuwan.

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