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My xbox scartlead wire is 3 coloures yellow white red and my yellow connetction metal piece has snapped off

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I had the same thing before two options buy another or get a normal red ,white and yellow vga cable and cut the one part from the other and connect the wires and cover with electrical tape or visit xbox360repairspro.webs.com

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