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Help with Welltech Video Sender

Discussion in 'Home Cinema Control & Remote Controls' started by dudgeman, Oct 30, 2005.

  1. dudgeman

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    Hi, I've been using a Welltech AV sender for a couple of years now with great success. However, I've just moved house and the remote control feature no longer works, but the video is fine. Since it was a long time ago, I can't remember if I had to do something to 'tune' the remote control into the device. Any suggestions? It is really annoying not to have the use of the remote control upstairs!
     
  2. AGeddes

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    I need a s lead for my video sender as the rabbit has chewed through it it has a 6 point pin on one end and the 3 plugs yellow, white and red on the other end. Can you help?
     
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    How did you find this ancient thread?! It shouldn't really be under Remote Controls.
    What is this "6 point pin" and what does it plug into? These usually have a Scart to 3 phono cable.
     
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    I typed in Welltech Video sender and it came up with that. The lead is part of the video sender and has 3 jacks which plug into the scart which goes into the digibox. The other end goes into the sender and is a 6 point pin s cable I think?
     
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    Well done the Search facility then - I didn't realise it was so efficient!
    So the receiver gets a Scart adapter with the 3 phonos, and at the other end of the cable there is what sounds like a s-video plug? That's odd though as they take only the video. Can you describe that plug more accurately?
     
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    Sorted now I managed to get my mate to solder the 2 wires together.

    Thanks for your help!
     

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