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    Replacement monitor cables

    Hello, right this is an odd one, or, not


    I need a replacement monitor cable for a modern-ish monitor.

    Ive had this monitor for ages that is basically fine, arpart from the cable. Its fubared.

    15Pin VGA connector, to 3(RGB) + 5([2 ground + White + Yellow + Orange]control?) + 2 earth.

    Does anybody know where I can get a replacement cable, or has anybody got a knackered monitor thats got a decent cable, but knackered tube - who wouldnt mind sending me the cable?


    Thanks for any help,

    THCi.

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    yes i am also looking for monitor cable supplers but only for cables that have all 15 pins connected ( for 21in monitors ) and cables 0f 5 metres long or above but no more then 10 metres has there is to much signal loss = (fuzzy picture) but i cant seem to find any in the uk. but plenty in USA.

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    I'd quite like a 2nd one as my monitor supports dual switching and PIP. Although have been keeping my eye out for a while and not seen any!

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    Is it hardwired into the monitor ?

    If its the screw in type one, Ebuyer have em for about 3 quid. I also have a spare one you could borrow.
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    Tried Maplins?

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    No, its on blocks on the monitors PCB.

    Should be an easy job to get a new cable and splice it on. Plyers and stanley knife jobbie methinks.

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