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I have a 1963 RCA Victor Victrola record player/stereo that the speakers don't work. Where can I find replacement parts?

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Hi pab69874

Have you been able to test the speakers to determine that that is the problem? Parts are quite available for vintage gear, you just need to know where to look. If the speaker drivers are faulty, if you can give me the make and model number off the back of the magnet, I can source them for you.

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robotek

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