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Video Connection for NECVOX RE-7269

Hi,
I have just bought a NECVOX RE-7269 on eBay, but it came with no instructions etc.
The input is a circular, female 9-pin connector, about the same size as an S-Video but I cannot seem to find any cable to fit it. Ideally, I need a cable connecting this to something like a Scart connector - anything I could plug into a DVD player or Playstation.
I took the screen to an electronics store, and they said they would only be able to help me if I could identify what each of the pins did, but I cannot find the specifications anywhere.
Would you be able to help me find the connection specifications, so I can make up a cable, or do you know where I can buy a connector to fit it?
Thanks! Tom

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PHONE: 562-941-8368
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I can try finding a replacement, it will bea sier with part number

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