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    Repairing RCA outputs

    I need some advice on repairing my RCA outputs. I've lost signal and don't have the ability to run all new wire right now. I'd like to just replace the ends.
    Are there detailed instructions how I can do this and what's a good product to buy.
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    Re: Repairing RCA outputs

    If you are talking about the cable it self you can get the ends foe then at radio shack. as for instructions that will be a bit harder. you can try youtube but not sure how far that will get you. if you are doing it to a board then you are not going to find specific directions for doing it but if it is the cable it self you may.



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    Re: Repairing RCA outputs

    diyma has a tutorial




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    Re: Repairing RCA outputs

    thanks wrenchguy, I found it.




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