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use ssis to remove unwanted double quote

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I have an ssis package that is used to standardize raw csv files that I get from multiple sources.

One of the csv files I have received has an extra double quote in the first field that is throwing an error.  it appears like this ""A",

How would I properly remove that quote in the middle so the ssis only picks up the A?
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by:Anthony Perkins
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Write a script task to go through the file removing all the double quotes that are not correct.
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just processed it manually
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just manually processed the file
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