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Host controller does not work

I have had my Classroom Jeopardy for over a year and it worked well. My host controller went dead. I changed the batteries but still it does not work. Does absolutely nothing.

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Hello.

I'm not certain this answers your question, but Each accessory scoreboard (ASB) comes with one black Power Cord and one white Signal Cable. Plug one end of the Power Cord into the ASB and the other end into the Base Unit. (The receptacles are
located on the left-hand side of each unit.)

Insert one end of the Signal Cable into the Base Unit port marked SIGNAL OUT. Insert the other end into the ASB port marked SIGNAL IN.

If you are trying to replace the Signal Cable with another cable, I would suggest taking the cable to a local shop, such as Radio Shack and match the cable.

You may already know the set up, but this also could help:
The back of each Accessory Scoreboard has a 4-position switch. The switch is used to set the code from the Base Unit so that the Player Remotes can be assigned to the
corresponding scoreboards.
Set the ASB switch as follows:
Switch Positions
ASB Player No. 1 2 3 4
1-3* OFF OFF OFF OFF * (Players 1-3 are default to the Base Unit)
4-6 OFF OFF OFF ON 2nd scoreboard

Hope this helps.

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