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I'm unable to find a replacement for my broken cable. It's the the yellow,green,black cable that connects the 2 screens.

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Randomly says 'Component' and screen goes black when watching movies.


you gave very little info to go on. are you using component connection? if so check the green connection for loose or broken cable/connector. or replace the component cable with a new one. if you are using HDMI check for loose connections or replace the HDMI cable

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The connector that connects to the phone has been broken off from the 4 wires..(RED/BLACK/GREEN/WHITE...On the end of the connector there are 4 holes..I just need to know the order of the wires..THANK U 4...


left to right black red green yellow only two wire operate a phone red and green for one line and black and yellow for the other line so you can run two line down one phone cable as long as red and green are in the center.

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When hooked up led 46" aquos it is black and white


You must only connect a yellow to a yellow a green to a green and etc. You must have a yellow cable going into a green hole. You need an adaptor. The adaptor goes into input 2. The other side of the adaptor is a yellow red and white male cable that will fit into your device.

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How can I wire fluorescent tube light.There's 2 cables incoming through the wall.One has red,black and green/yellow.Other has red and black only.I've tried connecting both reds from the incoming cables to...


if you have 1 switch ! take the cabel wiv the yellow red black an green conect green to E earth , conect the to reds together that will feed the switch connect the black to the nutral on the light fiting and tape up the yellow not needed !,then take the cabel wiv only red and black , the red is connected to the other red as explaind above ,then the black is the return from the switch therfor connect it to the live tuminal on the light fiting MAKE SURE U TURN IT OFF AT THE FUSE BORD FIRST PLEASE!!!!!!!!!!!

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My Sony Bravia's screen is showing images in red and black only. By playing with the input sockets at the back (pulling out the leads and reinserting) it was temporarily fixed the problem but, now it seems...


If you are using Component Input (green/blue/red inputs) with component patch cords, try using other input jacks ( Video In (yellow) or Cable/RF In). If the color is good, then replace your Component patch cord, the green one is broken.

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Wireing


3-pair version of (red/green, black/yellow, white/blue). But the first two pairs are not twisted
So it becomes green/red, yellow/black, & white-black/blue. G1/ R2 /3Y /4B /5*Blk/6Blue (this is what you physically see on the other RJ11 connections since this is a data connection and not a phone connection it should be a straight-through instead of cross-over connection.
These RJ 11 PINOUT assignments may be incorrect because they apply to a color camera instead of B/W

1 SPEAKER (+)
2 VIDEO_OUT
3 GND
4 SPEAKER (-)
5 AUDIO_OUT/ALARM_OUT
6 12V DC
Back of Camera
Clip up, contacts down
123456
RJ11-e starts off like a RJ45 Stranded Patch Cable.
The color code used in stranded patch cables is different from solid-conductor cables. For NorTel Digital Patch Cable (DPC), the coding is; Pair 1: Green & RedPair 2: Yellow & BlackPair 3: Blue & *Orange White\Black
*In Pair 3 the color coding is Blue & Black instead of Blue & Orange and the pair is twisted so that the Blue wire is the 6th pin instead of the 5th pin.

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I bought a C80 Raymarine Plotter this has a NMEA pigtail with Brown, Screen, Yellow, Green And White wires I haave also bought a RS 125 Receiver this has a pigtail lead with Red , Green, Yellow, Brown and...


If you have a Raymarine pilot it makes sence to wire it all up to Seatalk. Wire as follows Red to red , silver to silver, yellow to yellow, brown(on rs125) to silver on seatalk buss Green (on rs125) to red on seatalk buss.The above is for the conection between RS125 and C80.
To hook the pilot to system you just need to hook the seatalk lines (red, yellow,silver) from the pilot to the conection with the RS125 and the seatalk cable to the C80.(Color for color).The sea talk connection for your pilot can be picked up from you course computer they are labeld and colored on the unit.
If you are not running a course computer as in the case with the older wheel and tiller pilots you will need to take a sea talk cable and cut it. Once it is cut you will see the red yellow and silver wires and you can tap into there . Remember to connect the cable back together were you cut it. Hope this helps

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Which cables go where???????


RED - YELLOW - GREEN - BLACK -----
1 3 5 7 9
2 4 6 8 10
RED - YELLOW - GREEN - BLACK -----

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Radar screen shows "no scanner". Would like resistance data for cable pin-out from display to scanner head.


Hello Clifford,

This is an old message. Are you still having trouble with this or has it been resolved?

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