19 inch CGA-EGA-VGA-SVGA LCD arcade monitor
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Hello all, i am new here. Looks like there are people here that nows there stuff about monitors. Ok i have a patranic 1425 chassis it has been recapped. Have messed with the remote board controls to no avail. This is as close as i can get it to a good picture. It is in a golden tee 2004 cab. I was told it worked fine and then the monitor went out. That is why he was selling it. It is a custome cabinet in very good condition. It plays fine blind and i got it for $75. I really hope to get this monitor working. Would anyone know what i would need to do? I would appreciate any help. Thanks
The pictures are pixelated, where they really small? It looks like its working like maybe you don't have a wire hooked up right. Does it have the yellow and gray wire coming off the chassis?
Ok where exactly are you talking about the yellow and gray wire coming off of the chassis? Where would they be going? Thanks
I think I have the same monitor and its a white and yellow wire that you need to connect together. I added a picture does your monitor look like this?
Here are pics of where that connector hooks on my chassis. I think it is the same as yours. Also a pic of the connectors that would go there from my game. I do not have a yellow wire. Just a white wire looped. Could this be causing tne problem.
Yeah you have it wired right. Here are the schematics
I would send the chassis in for repair http://pnlvideo.com/ PNL charges about $60. I'm not sure what would cause the screen to ripple like that.