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The audio cord coming out of the turn table is cutting out

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If its an XLR Or RCA go to radio shack they carrie those audio cables, if it takes a phono cord they got those too, if

Posted on Oct 24, 2008

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    Ivan Mcdean Oct 24, 2008

    sorry this stupid computer posted by accident, If you try to fix it your self it could cutt out more, thats what i was also trying to say, hope this works


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