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JVC XV-THC4 Home Theater System

I need to replace to cords: the power cord that goes from the THC4 unit to the power outlet; and the cord that connects that unit to the subwoofer. Do you know where I can find these two cords? (They were lost in a move.)

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It a 8pin din cable ,,,,I picked up one from a specialty cpu shop in Norcross,Ga

but search ""8pin din cable"" see what you find!!!!

the power cord is extremely common ,you can find that one anywhere ,,,,,most any dvd player ,playstation etc etc etc uses that cord

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