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Onkyo Help needed !!!!

Looking for drive belt for my Cd changer/player ... the drawer belt has "Enlarged" and is slipping ... acually it fell right off ... so I need another one !! (where can I order another one for my DX-C110 )
Also I need a RI cable .... what are these cables is there a substitute I can use .. and if there is what kind of cable would it be ???

Thank you !!

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    Thanks Man !! THis may do the trick for me !!!!

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For the belt, you might check out www.mcmelectronics.com they even have assortment sets.


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