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I have logitech speakers for my computer. I need a new cable that goes from the bottom of the bass speaker to the two smaller speakers. A couple of the pins are broken on the plug that plugs into the bass speaker. The only number I see on the bass speaker is Z3 M/N: S-0085A. Anyway I can purchase one of these? Thanks, Alan

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Logitech rarely has replacement parts. and for this model is not for the u.s. distribution so youcan not even call u.s tech support for help. try ebay or craiglist. if the connector is not proprietary you might be able to get a electronic repair shop to repin the connector.

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