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Connector cable Where can I get a replacement cable? The little pins are all bent and I need a new one \

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    Thanks, so much.

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I too had this problem. The ONLY place I could find it, after extensive searching, was directly from the manufacturer. I was sure I could find it used or something somewhere cheaper, but could not find it anywhere. I emailed parts@teac.com and they replied as follows:

It's a little expensive, but I guess not as expensive as replacing the whole system! Good luck!

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Dear Customer,

The cable, is available at $25.90 each. Please add $4 for postage/freight per order for UPS ground service within CONTINENTAL USA plus local and state sales taxes where applicable. Prices quoted are only for SHIPMENT WITHIN THE U.S. or its territories.

We are required to collect state sales tax for residents of Arizona, California, Connecticut, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Virginia, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Texas, Tennessee, Washington, Minnesota and others, regardless of shipping point. If you do not want us to collect state sales tax by adding it to your order, we must have a COPY of your resale or tax exempt certificate at the time the order is placed.

Please, NO CODs or PERSONAL CHECKS, but we can accept Visa, MasterCard, American Express, or money orders. There is a $10 minimum for credit card orders.
When you place your order, please include a copy of this response, your name, a U.S. shipping address, and day-time telephone number.


Parts Department
TEAC America
7733 Telegraph Road
Montebello, CA 90640
Phone: 323-727-4840
Fax: 323-727-7632
E-Mail: parts@teac.com
http://www.teac.com
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Posted on Aug 12, 2008

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The cord is called a mini din 9 pin, male to male connector.
you can get from IEC (They'll make it how many inches or feet you want it (800-765-4432).

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I picked up a second cdx8 for free from someone who was moving. Unfortunately the cable was missing. I'd like to find one too. Have you had any luck finding a new cable?

Posted on Jul 30, 2008

As of yet, no one has steered me in any directions.

Posted on Jul 30, 2008

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1. Check your cable
2. check your cable pins make sure there not bent.
3. Check your video card make sure its putting out the correct resolution for the monitor.

No signal is just what it is. You may have a bad cable,bent pin or video card is not operational.

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Hook it up to a diffrent computer
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What is your unit? If your unit is a laptop ou need to follow this.

You replaced the broken LCD screen in your laptop with a new screen. Does this sound like your problem? Let’s find out what could be wrong and how you can fix it.
First of all, I assume that your new LCD screen is compatible with the old one. Different screens require different video cables. Make sure you new screen is compatible with your laptop.
OK, let’s say you accidentally damaged the LCD screen in your laptop. A part of the screen still works fine but you cannot use it like that so you decided to replace the screen yourself.

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Take a closer look at the connection between the video cable and LCD screen. It’s possible you accidentally pulled the video cable from the connector during the screen installation.

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Also, on some older LCD screens there are very thin pins inside the connector. Take a look inside the connector, make sure there are no damaged (bent) pins.
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Remove the new screen and connect the old one. If the old one works properly (except the damaged area) but the new one is dead, apparently the new screen is defective and has to be replaced.
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Hey how are you!!!

You replaced the broken LCD screen in your laptop with a new screen. Does this sound like your problem? Let’s find out what could be wrong and how you can fix it.
First of all, I assume that your new LCD screen is compatible with the old one. Different screens require different video cables. Make sure you new screen is compatible with your laptop.
OK, let’s say you accidentally damaged the LCD screen in your laptop. A part of the screen still works fine but you cannot use it like that so you decided to replace the screen yourself.

Her is some instructions to follow.

Before you start to panic, check all cable connections again. Check connection between the video cable, LCD screen and inverter board. Reconnect cables just in case.
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You can straighten bent pins with a very small screwdriver but this procedure requires a lot of patience and concentration.
Fortunately, most newer LCDs have a different type of connector, without fragile pins inside.
screen-not-working-6.jpg OK, you have reseated all connectors and cannot see anything wrong but the new screen still is not working. What’s next?

Remove the new screen and connect the old one. If the old one works properly (except the damaged area) but the new one is dead, apparently the new screen is defective and has to be replaced.
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