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Hi, i have a panasonic SC-HT730 system that uses the subwoofer SB-WA730, and somebody steb in the back cables and broke the PCB, to make this worse, a small PCB part is missing. So im looking dor the schematics to make the proper conections in the pcb. I do appreciate any help. Thanks !

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Here is the phone number to get schematic it is a great number to have it is panasonic direct parts ordering for tvs i hope this helps 18008339626

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