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Missing wire I am missing the audio wire, with the little port hole, that connects the subwoofer to the DVD/VCR unit, where would I get a new one?

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  • drv1 Aug 17, 2008

    Missing the Audio cable to hook up the sub-woofer to the unit---- where can I buy a replacement cable???

  • daddydragoon Sep 21, 2008

    missing wire

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To you that have the sanyo dwm-3800u vcr dvd playerin need of the 9 pin cord

you can get this cord by calling jinnie at 870-633-5030 she works for sanyo

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Posted on Jan 05, 2009

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