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« on: December 21, 2003, 07:07:05 AM »

Hello,  this isnt really a problem with any devices but it was the only place I could think to put it.  

I have a decent monitor that was given to me a few years ago.  It ran fine until the pins were broken on the video connection cord,  its a stupid thing to break and I was woundering if anyone knew the wiring scheme to the video connection cord so I could rewire it?  Perhaps a website with instructions.   I have never done this before but I dont want to buy a new monitor or pay anyone $50 for a $10 fix.  

    Thank you for your time
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