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Looking for replacement cable for jvc home theatre.. the only thing i have is the cable with me now awm e225738 style 2464 vw -1sc

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Ask JVC for part number QAM0381-002 (this is normaly for DD8 or DD3 models. It is 5 m. long). JVC France Customer Service

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The TOSLINK optical connector is almost aquare and should be the same on both blue-ray and on the receiver. There are 4 orientation you can try and only one fits. Blue-ray can have the connector installed rotated, but it should be the same connector.
http://gallery.techarena.in/data/513/thumbs/Toslink-and-Coaxial-Connectors.jpg
Looking at the cable at Amazon I can see that it is the correct cable. If it really doesn't fit, maybe you have damaged cable or damaged connector. Try the other end of the cable and/or other optical input on the receiver.
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