Monitor Plugs/Cables

  jay123 15:02 27 Sep 04

I have recently moved and when I was setting up my pc I noticed that one of the pins in my monitor plug was bent, I pushed it back and plugged it in. I’m looking at upgrading my pc internals but I can’t afford a new monitor. If the pin does brake is there any way of replacing the pin/pug or whole cable?
Many thanks

  Diodorus Siculus 15:07 27 Sep 04

Not easily - you will have to be careful with them.

If a pin does break, a tiny amount of solder will put it back but it is not to be recommended except in an extreme case.

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