Monitor plug

Discussion in 'Desktop & Laptop Computers Forum' started by Hob, Apr 6, 2001.

  1. Hob

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    Hope some one can help me!

    I have an old 14" svga monitor left over from my old 486 pc. The problem is that i want to use the monitor but the plug on the end of the monitor lead is damaged. The lead is permanently attached to the monitor. When i tried to take apart the plug i accidently broke some of the wires inside and so i can't tell which lead goes to which pin. I've got a new plug but i need to know the wiring for the plug. Basically there are 7 wires:

    Red and screen
    Grey and screen
    Blue and screen
    white
    yellow
    black
    brown
    (as well as an overall braid and foil)

    I know where all the wires go apart from the brown and black. I realise that the brown lead also connects to some of the other pins but i'm not sure what.

    Can anyone help me? Thanks in advance

    Matt
     

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