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Old 12 June 2011, 05:12   #11
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Where can I buy a suitable short length of cable for this job?

I'm assuming cable like the red stuff used below for my nav light switch would do.


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Old 12 June 2011, 05:47   #12
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Originally Posted by Pikey Dave View Post
TBH if you don't feel able to carry out this task I suggest you seek professional help before you either set fire to your wiring or blow the radio.
I agree with the Pike on this one, your radio is critical and could be relied on in a life and death situation.

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