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Altec Lansing ADA 745 (made for Dell) Right Front speaker which controls volume has pins in the connector to woofer are bent broken. Worked fine until damage. No sound. Can connector be repaired or does this one failure take out use of 4 speakers and woofer?

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It is easy to replace from near service center near you.

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