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Monitor cable I need a new monitor cable for the second screen - where can I get one?, who do I call ? no one seems to know and it hard to find.

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  • bklynny Feb 14, 2008

    it's a 9 pin prong on both sides.

  • diane_320 Mar 12, 2008

    I need a replacement cable for the PVS1965 and can't seem to locate where to buy one.  It is the cable that plugs from the player to the monitor and has 9 pins in each end.

  • Anonymous Apr 09, 2008

    i need a schematic for the kawasaki pvs1965 portable with two screens.i bought one screen from goodwill and would like to make a monitor from it the cable i have is a 9 pin din on both sides

  • tdtoybox Jul 25, 2008

    hi i purchase a venturer twin screen dvd player 3 years ago. my kids are watching them and they will shut off. my friend told me that the cords that run from the screens to the dvd player. i've looked ever where i could think to look but no luck it has 9 prong and an arrow on the front to tell you the way it goes.

  • elsacurtis Aug 27, 2008

    I am trying to find the cords that go from the dvd to the monitors, but I do not know where to find them. Please contact me at

    elsacurtis@comcast.net

    Thank you

  • Anonymous Jan 06, 2009

    i dont know but me to

  • ohiotom May 11, 2010

    I think this might be what you're looking for:



    http://www.abacus24-7.com/singleProduct....



    Is one end of the cable a single 3.5mm plug and the other the red/white/yellow composite plugs? If that's what you're looking for this should work.



    Good luck.

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Here is the website for Kawasaki electronic replacement parts, including this exact cable for $6.50:
http://www.18002526123.com/products.aspx?type=pa&view=104&p=34&sc=6

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I think you're describing a male to male DB9 connector. Try this link and see if this is what it looks like:

http://sewelldirect.com/db9-male-to-male-cable-6ft.asp

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