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Need new 8 pin power source wire from receiver to subwoofer

Recently, my electrician spliced the power wire that travels from the receiver to the subwoofer.  It wasn't long enough and they were not able to regain power after splicing.  I have looked everywhere....where can I get a new wire that is at least 15 feet long? Preferably 25 feet long.

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Repair the Splice. Distance is not an issue with the lengths you describe. If the splice was done incorrectly and wires were crossed, you may very well have damage that needs to be addressed....accordianman

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