Contributor - Level 1

RCA inputs too wide for plugs

I'm trying to set up my new equalizer but have discovered that the RCA inputs are a little too wide for the plugs! Which means that the plugs slip out of the inputs. Should I return it, or is there a remedy?

Gary Hennessey
Ratnaguna Contributor - Level 1 2019-11-20

2019-11-20

RCA inputs too wide for plugs

I'm trying to set up my new equalizer but have discovered that the RCA inputs are a little too wide for the plugs! Which means that the plugs slip out of the inputs. Should I return it, or is there a remedy?

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Rising Star - Level 3

Re: RCA inputs too wide for plugs

Hi Gary ( @Ratnaguna ), 

 

Welcome to the community. This is usually caused by a worn out cable not the input jacks themselves.  Can you take a picture of the plugs and jacks so we can have a look? 

 

Ken

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