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Where does the thin, small wire from the volume control panel connect to? It has been pulled and ripped out and I cant figure out where it goes. Where can I go get it fixed?

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If you know anything about electronics. It could be an earth lead. If not, try PC world or your local computer dealer. Hope this helps.

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