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Broken Fiber Cable

Had to disconnect my system in moving and one of my monster cables snapped in optical one. There seems to be a piece of the cable still stuck in there and I cant use optical one. Is there anyway to get this out short of taking the receiver in for repair? I only need 2 optical connections. Im getting great sur. sound from movies from dvd on opt #2 but no surr sound from my HD dvr. Help?

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Sometimes when the optical fiber breaks you can remove it by sicking in a small pin on the opisiste (inside of reciver)side of the connector. If no good then its gonna need to be replaced and if your no electronic fi-git then leave this to the pros. Good Luck

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