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RCA inputs bad

Removed rca jack inputs from printed curcuit board. Ordered new one forgot how in went back in exactly. Need overview of board with rca jacks in it to see how it goes.

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If you got the exact same ones, you should be able to simply pit them back into the same holes. if you did not get the same ones, look at the open holes, two should be connected together, and two are separate. Hook the two that are connected together to the ground part of the jacks, and the middle connections of the jack to the other two holes. if this does not make any since, send a picture of the jacks and the board so we can look at it for you. Good Luck

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