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The low voltage cable on my monitor got cut it an intregal type can i put a new end on it? if so what wires go where on a new plug?

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If both ends of the cable are plug in type, any monitor cable with a 15 pin D connectors will work.

Search internet for VGA cable.

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All my wires in my monitor r unhooked where they go can you tell me.


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How do I find and replace the vga cable? (It is hardwired to the back of the monitor.)


I got hold of an old vga cable (15 pin), cut off the male end. I then cut the existing cable comming out of the monitor. After soldering the wires together and lots of electrical tape wala - it works.

Now the problems I incured - Don't solder wires together based on color, they probably will not match. Peel back the ends of the cut off connectors and find each pin with a Multimeter. Once you find each wires match solder them carefully and tape. When done test and if good place a short splint on the spliced area and tape. This will keep the wires from breaking from movement. Good luck.

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LOOSE CABLE IN FRONT AREA OF MONITOR


The two vx900 s I have here have more of a rectangular plug for the power. Inside it is three large prongs and on the backside should be 3 wires. Two of which go to a smaller plug that connects to the power board.
The power cord is the same as found in many desktop computers.
If this is what you are referring to. Then the plug should be connected inside and it snaps into place onto the meatl part inside the monitor.
You may have to disassemble the unit to get it back together.
Sorry for delay in reply, I never was notified that you had replied.
Fran

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