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My rca output cord is cut...dothey sell a

My rca output cord is cut...do they sell a replacement?

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Finding replacement parts for anything but technics seems to be difficult. However, if your familiar with soldering or have a friend who can, if you open these tables, you'll notice that the RCA cables are simply hard wired directly to the board inside the unit. You can take any RCA cable and solder it to the same posts if your careful when you strip your wires.

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