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Where to reattach speaker wires in back of tablet that came loose

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And there is only single tablet in the world - and it is yours...

did you try at least to use all three cells of your brain? did you read the question before you post it?

give us at least a chance to help, what manufacturer, model, what wrong, what did you try to fix it...

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