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Does anyone know where I can buy a replacement wired volume control for my 5.1 PC sound system? The cat has chewed it and I have to twist it round and wedge it to work....

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Yes it can be found any of the computer shop........if not then contact the manufacture.........they will definetly help you.....check user manual for contact

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