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    Can this be fixed?

    I was wondering... I accidentally broke off the rca cable plug in in my rca plug in in my memphis pr 300.2 amplifier... i was wondering if an audio store could get it out or fix it? Any help is appriciated!! Thanks!im so mad so please someone give me some help







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    Re: Can this be fixed?

    Lol, it can be fixed, but what I am wondering, is how the hell you did that? Please respond, I really wanna know...

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    Re: Can this be fixed?

    my trunk is a really tight fit (94 prelude si) and i pulled it out repeatedly to fix the gain and bass boost and stuff on the amp and i guess i hit the side of my car really hard with the amp... The amp is mounted on the box so it all really ******... and how much do you think for new rca cables?




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    Re: Can this be fixed?

    Meh, 20 bucks...

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    Icon12 Re: Can this be fixed?

    just to say... your sig is funny as hell and also... **** rca cables dammit. I think im going to try and blame the place who put in my system to get it all fixed for free




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    Re: Can this be fixed?

    Lol, I guarentee that is a battke you will not win, just take it in, say what happened, and ask if they can get it out, and then buy new cables from them, and get them to run them, they will do it for cheap, and prolly not charge you for getting out the old one...

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    Re: Can this be fixed?

    the only thing is... i have no money (which really *****) so i think im going to try that first and if they give me a hard time... i will cave and wait to get the money to pay for it. Thats my plan. I'm just so happy that i didnt really screw something up so i would have to buy a whole new amp.




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    Re: Can this be fixed?

    Nah, you should be fine, good luck, you might get it done for free, but I doubt it...

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    Re: Can this be fixed?

    i did spend a crapload of money there so that would be really sweet if they would hook me up for free... especially since i was having alot of trouble when i first got my stuff.




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    Re: Can this be fixed?

    upgrade them to platinum rca's




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    Re: Can this be fixed?

    I have one more question... how much will getting the pin thats stuck in the rca plug in cost? Anybody know?




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    Re: Can this be fixed?

    Dude whenever I need something done for free, I go into the shop and say the same thing happened to a friend and they got it fixed here for free. They end up buying it and doien it for free. Just do it on a day when their not busy.




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    Re: Can this be fixed?

    I hate RCAs mines is messing up right now and what a POS... Die RCAs!!! Im goien to invent something to replace those bastard wires >=\ Built a new ported box and can't even hear it without messing with the RCAs.




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    Re: Can this be fixed?

    stop buying cheap ****! actually that might not help the stupid :p



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    Re: Can this be fixed?

    just thought taht i would tell everybody that i got it fixed... it cost 37 dollars. I lied and told them that i was trying to show my amp to some friends... but i told them that i messed it up. Atleast i was somewhat honest




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