Question about Teac Televison & Video
You can solder it and use a heat shrink tubing to cover the solder joints
Heat shrink can be bought in most electronic stores
My only concern would be if the cables are not colour coded in which case you would need an voltmeter to sort out the polarities.
It the termination is in a standard push in connecter such as a mobile phone charger you would need to make sure that the positive supply goes to the inner and the negative to the outer
That is done by hooking a meter onto the wires from the adaptor and reading the voltages if they have a - sign against them you need to turn the probes around and check it again once you have the + sign in front of the reading mark the cable the red lead is on witha bit of masking tape
Then put the meter on continuity and place the tip inside the plug which goes into the Teac get someone to connect the other lead to the pair of wires leading from it and the one which shows a reading or Continuity goes to the one with the masking tape.
Posted on Jun 24, 2009
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