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I lost the power cord to my Panasonic SB-WA920 Subwoofer

I lost the cord to the speaker and I don't know where to find a new one. Everywhere I find the speaker you just have to buy the whole speaker? Any suggestions?

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  • billerots164 Dec 14, 2008




    can you help me find a replacement cable


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Partstore.com or panisonicpartstore.com will have any cord you need for a panisonic just have your model # ready

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