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Service manual for antique Panasonic TU-PT600 tuner

Discussion in 'Projectors, Screens & Video Processors' started by robu, Dec 1, 2011.

  1. robu

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    Hello guys, i've got a Panasonic TH37PW5 plasma display and a Tu-Pt600 tuner, but it's missing the display cable between them. It's a 26 pin male-male cable from Panasonic and i can't find it anywhere :( If someone could help me with a service manual for this tuner box, i would be greatfull. I'm thinkin' of building myself a cable to connect them, but i don't know the pinouts..
    Please help me.
    Best regards
     
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    Welcome to the forums. We have had these on the Classifieds. You may wish to get a Wanted ad up. Is this the one which looks like an HDMI but isn't ?
     
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    Thank you! it does'nt really look like an HDMI...it's more like a bigger VGA.
    I could make one myself, but i need the pinout..
    Can someone help me?:lease:
     

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    This or this might help but I'm not sure if this will.

    HTH,
    Mike.
     
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    This or this might prove useful as might this.

    HTH,
    Mike.
     
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    Thank you so, so much!:thumbsup: You made my day!
    I've searched for about half hour on the forum before posting, but it seems that my search was no good.
    I'll keep you posted on this.
     
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    Hello again guys! I've managed to buy a payr of 26 pin connectors for my link cable, but now i'm in a dillema...i'm not sure wich pin on connector A goes to wich pin on connector B. I'm tempted to wire it by simply taking wires from pin 1 to pin 1, pin 2 to pin 2...pin 26 to pin 26, but i'm afraid not to work in vain...can someone give me a better idea? Thanks alot!
     
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    I think one of the links I posted specifically explains that.
     

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