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Adapter/Harness Rush 2049
« on: November 13, 2013, 06:11:02 am »
Hello Gents,

I finally received my new Monitor for my Rush 2049 cab, I ordered it from Xgaming (note that it is a tri mode not a svga) I received everything and got it installed. The power cable is was easy just a 3 hole molex connection. For the video it came with a d sub cable but the cab uses a 6 pin molex 3x3 type of connection. Do I need an adapter or do I need to splice in some wires?

I checked the game board and didn't see any other d sub outputs.

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Re: Adapter/Harness Rush 2049
« Reply #1 on: November 13, 2013, 12:50:18 pm »
Never mind I figured it out.

I had to swap the green and black wires on the power, then I unplugged the VGA cable from the video board and used that. All works and the new monitor looks amazing.