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I have a rca 5.1 home theater and instead of cutting the ribbon cable and scraping the end to make it work, I'd rather ask here as to what pitch the laser carriage ribbon cable is and then buy a new one? It's an older model around 2007 from Walmart. I works intermittently and I can see where the problem is at the end of the cable(as verified from videos on YouTube). I don't have a metric ruler so I cannot calculate the pitch myself. If no one knows for sure ,then generally what pitch is used for that type of application? Thanks
 

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??? How many people do you think are still alive who know ANYTHING about a 2007 "RCA" (there was no RCA company in 2007, some Asian company owns the brand name and can put it on ANYTHING made by ANYBODY. What "home theater" has a laser in it? Do you mean a DVD (disc) player? You can probably get one FREE from somebody who doesn't want to throw away an early DVD player. Just get on Nextdoor or Craigs List and ask. "Anybody have an old DVD player they don't want any more?" They aren't worth anything since you get get a brand new Blu-ray disc player for less than $50. It's 2022. American cars use metric, almost everything uses metric. Spend $1 on a ruler with mm on one side and inches on the other. You really should have one. You can probably get one for 25 cents at a garage sale.
 

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??? How many people do you think are still alive who know ANYTHING about a 2007 "RCA" (there was no RCA company in 2007, some Asian company owns the brand name and can put it on ANYTHING made by ANYBODY. What "home theater" has a laser in it? Do you mean a DVD (disc) player? You can probably get one FREE from somebody who doesn't want to throw away an early DVD player. Just get on Nextdoor or Craigs List and ask. "Anybody have an old DVD player they don't want any more?" They aren't worth anything since you get get a brand new Blu-ray disc player for less than $50. It's 2022. American cars use metric, almost everything uses metric. Spend $1 on a ruler with mm on one side and inches on the other. You really should have one. You can probably get one for 25 cents at a garage sale.
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