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Sherwood AVR 525 Receiver

I have lost the mains power cable to the receiver (UK). Can I get a replacement anywhere?

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If it is just a 2 pin "figure of 8" type plug(shaver plug) they are available most any electronics hobby shop, or an appliance retailer. If you have trouble identifying the socket on the amp... get back to me here. Good luck:)

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Graeme

Posted on Feb 16, 2008

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