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  1. They don't use the same connector but the Atari Lynx and Atari Jaguar power supplies have the correct power specs. As well as the Sega Master System and Sega Genesis. Console5.com used to sell adapters but I think they sold out. Mitch
  2. In case anyone was wondering what it looks like from the console side when running the diag cart here is a screenshot. Mitch
  3. Check out the service manual for the 2600 for more info about it. Mitch
  4. Looking forward to testing mine soon! Mitch
  5. Have you tried it on a 2600 to verify that it works? Mitch
  6. Get well dude! Mitch
  7. It is definitely a Goldstar monitor but I couldn't find a quick match from Goldstar branded monitors. That electrolytic capacitor looks bad, it probably wouldn't hurt to replace all of the electrolytic capacitors. Just make sure you match the values and don't use a junk brand. Since you are getting a picture it is unlikely to be a bad tube or blown fuse. If you have never worked on a monitor before you should read up on how to discharge the tube before working on it. It is not difficult to do once you learn how to do it. Mitch
  8. Pop the back off and take some pics of the inside. Maybe someone can help. Mitch
  9. Most 7800 versions of Tomcat have the correct 7800 label. A few of them have the 2600 label. Same thing with the PAL version. Mitch
  10. Welcome to AtariAge and nice pickup. Hopefully you can find someone to help you with the repairs. A lot of times the Atari monitors are just rebranded monitors that are made by another company, if you are lucky you may be able to find a service manual for it that way. On a side note, do you mind if I use your pictures on the Atari monitor page? http://www.atari7800.org/monitor.htm Mitch
  11. Just uploaded all of Fred's pictures and scans. http://www.atari7800.org/monitor.htm Mitch
  12. It is an Atari Mexico box and comes with an NTSC 7800. I don't think the box has a serial number on it. That is just the way the box is. I am not sure why Atari Mexico choose to have their own box that looks somewhat similar to the PAL 7800 boxes. Mitch
  13. Did you try resetting it first to make sure it is not just corrupt? Mitch
  14. I don't think the skunk has an eeprom, does it? Mitch
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