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Cant disconnet it

How do u disconnect the monster cables, im tryint to switch my old dvd player with a new and swap the cables.

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Re: cant disconnet it

All you have to do is unscrew them and then pull them out

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Re: cant disconnet it

You have to unscrew them and then pull them out

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Re: cant disconnet it

Just pull them out. What type of connectors are at the end? Are they RCA phono cables?


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