TI-99/4a Monitor power cord
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Sat Nov 6 16:27:22 CDT 2021
On 11/6/2021 4:14 PM, James B DiGriz wrote:
> Never had one of these to take apart and don't see a service manual
> right off, but I'm assuming you have the 10" PHA4100 model, so the
> connection will likely be whatever Matsushita/Panasonic used in TV's
> that era. There was a 13" model PHA4000 that is a modified Zenith TV,
> but those were pretty uncommon, only sold with the /4 (not 4A) until TI
> got FCC approval for their RF modulator, which allowed most of us to
> use a standard TV. The 4100 has a cleaner picture, though.
I have both a TI one and a Panasonic one, both identical short of the
badge and case color and both have the gummy/sticky power cord.
The TI one isn't here with me at the moment but the Panasonic one is
marked model CT-160. Find them for sale online but not the manual yet.
Starting to lean towards just using the mesh cable wrap I have on it.
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