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Tobishi 7501 Wires

I need the Wires to connect my Toshibi 7501 indash dvd player. I only have the player and no power or output cables.please help me find it.

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I need a diagram of how to pull out the wires to connect it

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Unfortunately i don't know where you can get wires. I'm looking for a manual. do you know where i can get one?

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I soldered mine onto the pins do u want the pinouts

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