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RCA Socket damaged - *HELP*

Discussion in 'AV Receivers & Amplifiers' started by ReVeReNcE, Apr 16, 2005.

  1. ReVeReNcE

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    Due to an excessively tight phono lead one of the sockets on my audiolab has been damaged. The earth plate around the outside has come off and I don't really want to pay £35 to replace the whole block. Is there any way I can just fix on another earth connection? Picture below! Cheers

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  2. Cliff

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    I could not see your picture.
    The left and right earths are the same- so you will probably be earthed indirectly from the other channel. But if you get a hum or a buzz then you have a problem.
     

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