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Channels inputs connectors

Where rca jacks for connecting external devices channel one, its skipping when i move the rca cable around it works i tested it with new cables and it does the same thing. is this something i can fix or do i have to take it in for repair.

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Re: channels inputs connectors

Try relacing the RCA Jack ..
That is tyhe main problem

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