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System connector lead required for Sanyo JCX 007 Hi Fi system

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  • lennymy Dec 18, 2008

    does anyone know where to purchase sanyo jcx-007 connection cables :-)

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I'm not sure what you mean by stating that the motor doesn't work. Depending upon the make and model, this unit should be repairable. Can you please post the make and model along with a more detailed description of the problem?

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Dan

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anyone knows where i can get a cable for a hitachi hi fi midi system ax-m68d model

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