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RCA Jack snapped off in my surround sound system

Upon moving, someone snapped the red RCA ******** in my surround sound system. I wanna know how to fix it or if i need to go to a repair shop

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These are not necesarily "generic" parts. Because they correspond to the holes in the back, the actual jack part is somewhat unique to the model of the receiver. If you can post htemodel number I'll try to get you the part number. This should not be an exensive part. Figure on $5-$10 or so.

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Posted on Nov 25, 2008

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