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FIXING OF MONITOR CABLE

THE MALE PLUG ON THE CABLE THAT LEADS TO THE DISPLAY OF THE COMPUTER CAME LOSE. WHAT IS THE CORRECT WIRE COLOUR CODE AS THERE ARE 7 DIFFERENT COLOURS . CAN YOU PLEASE HELP.

SCREEN SANSUI MODEL 1770 AND PRODUCT CODE MON-17B


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Should be a female plug. There should be 15 pins. Not all are used though. You best bet is to open the monitor and see if they tagged the main board with the letter codes of the wires. If they did use http://pinouts.ru/VideoCables/9to15VGA_pinout.shtml as a guide

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Heh, it's not all that consistent. If it fits, plug it in and try it without fear of doing harm; if you had described the end of the cable (e.g. what type of connector it was, 1/8" stereo jack, SVGA or DVI) it would clear things up a bit, but then it would also be obvious where you could plug it in. Center or Forward Stereo Out will probably do nicely if it's that 1/8" diameter stereo jack (not that it makes that an optimal audio solution, but I don't know you keep spare 7.1 mixer/amps and speakers around.)

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