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R30A internal Speaker Connection

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As I was opening my new to me Palstar R30A to remove the batteries I forgot about the internal speaker connection wire and it popped out from it's attachment point. I have no clue where that attachment point is so I can't reconnect it. Sorry I can't include a photo of the internals but I'm hoping someone who has this receiver and put in batteries would know where the plug goes. Can anyone help, please?
 
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If the R30CC is the same as the R30A look to the left of the dial light off/on switch. On the main board there is a black connector with two prongs on it. You don't have to remove the plate that has the battery holder mounted to it to get to it.
You can see in the picture where this one is opened up and the speaker is hooked near the two blue capacitors.

Jim
 

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