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To the maintainer of the Database WWW site: please add PlayCable to the submission form. I currently can't submit my PlayCable serial numbers to the site.

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To the maintainer of the Database WWW site: please add PlayCable to the submission form. I currently can't submit my PlayCable serial numbers to the site.

Plural? You've been busy!

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Plural? You've been busy!

 

I think that was typo. Hmmm, let me check... Yup, it was a typo. I only have a serial number of "1". If it was longer, it would have more numbers in it.

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Here's the system,

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as you can see the serial is R 000091, don't know what the R signifies, (maybe refurbished or repaired, I dunno)

also the sticker with the serial says Model no 1716 but the other one says 2609 which it looks like.

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oddly I bought this one for the box which is a British Pal version, but this it what was in it

 

any thoughts?

Model No. 1716

 

Humblejack found another one.

 

Anyone have more info on this?

 

I need to adjust model number for this in the database I think.

 

http://www.intellivisionrevolution.com/serial-number-database-mattel-intellivision

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Model No. 1716

Humblejack found another one.

Anyone have more info on this?

I need to adjust model number for this in the database I think.http://www.intellivisionrevolution.com/serial-number-database-mattel-intellivision

I believe I have a box:

http://atariage.com/forums/topic/198812-the-official-intellivision-serial-number-database/?p=2564448

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Question for all you serial buffs out there (I posted my own thread, but figure I'll add it here)

 

My CIB INTV3 has a very low serial number that doesn't seem close to anything in the database so I'm a bit lost of what to make of it.

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It means not many Intellivisions survived and fewer are in that database. My guess is yours could be one of the first Intellivisions made in the USA since manufacturing first moved to Hong Kong in 1980. Is yours branded Super Pro on the top plate or INTV System III? Are the keypads flat or bubbled?

 

And I think most of the INTV serials in the database mistakenly have an A prefix rather than the RH prefix. I think the highest A serial should be about A031xxx.

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It means not many Intellivisions systems survived and fewer are in that database. My guess is yours could be one of the first Intellivisions made in the USA since manufacturing first moved to Hong Kong in 1980. Is yours branded Super Pro on the top plate or INTV System III? Are the keypads flat or bubbled?

 

And I think most of the INTV serials in the database mistakenly have an A prefix rather than the RH prefix. I think the highest A serial should be about A031xxx.

It means not many Intellivisions systems survived and fewer are in that database. My guess is yours could be one of the first Intellivisions made in the USA since manufacturing first moved to Hong Kong in 1980. Is yours branded Super Pro on the top plate or INTV System III? Are the keypads flat or bubbled?

 

And I think most of the INTV serials in the database mistakenly have an A prefix rather than the RH prefix. I think the highest A serial should be about A031xxx.

It's branded INTV System 3 and the controllers are NOT bubbled like the Intellivison 1.

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Those controllers were manufactured thay way; with the black discs?

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Forgot I submitted mine ( RH 53074) a while back. Nice to see my old brown box among its siblings.

 

Note that, like some of you probably already know, in France the console was modified by the importer to be compliant with the SECAM norm, not PAL.

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How often are the lists updated? I submitted my consoles a couple weeks ago and added my info to join the brotherhood.

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You know to join the brotherhood you just add that line to your profile, right? There's no actual process or anything like that.

 

 

What? You will spare him from the initiation ceremony?

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You know to join the brotherhood you just add that line to your profile, right? There's no actual process or anything like that.

Hahahaha well damn...

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An intellivision that I got with an Intellivision carrying case has a somewhat unusual SN. anyone know what to make of it. It doesn’t quite fall into the others that are on the list. 

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26 minutes ago, Atari_Bill said:

An intellivision that I got with an Intellivision carrying case has a somewhat unusual SN. anyone know what to make of it. It doesn’t quite fall into the others that are on the list. 

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Aren't the Taiwan ones quite uncommon? 

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I have a Hong Kong console like that.  Maybe the leading 2 is for Taiwan and the leading 4 is for Hong Kong.  Was there a 30000XXX?  Fun fact: Mine also came in a carrying case.

 

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I just submitted a Super Pro System to the database, number A8906. As a heads up, I’m not keeping the system. I got it at a thrift store in Phoenix AZ, filthy dirty after years of apparent neglect. I cleaned and tested it, and it worked! After listing it for sale on eBay a couple days ago, I came across some forums like this one. I decided to share as much info as I can before it sells in a few days. If the purchaser registers it here, feel free to omit my information; I just wanted it known this one is out there functional (and apparently with some of the Tudorvision components...I learned a lot this week :) ).

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8 hours ago, Alfguin said:

I just submitted a Super Pro System to the database, number A8906. As a heads up, I’m not keeping the system. I got it at a thrift store in Phoenix AZ, filthy dirty after years of apparent neglect. I cleaned and tested it, and it worked! After listing it for sale on eBay a couple days ago, I came across some forums like this one. I decided to share as much info as I can before it sells in a few days. If the purchaser registers it here, feel free to omit my information; I just wanted it known this one is out there functional (and apparently with some of the Tudorvision components...I learned a lot this week :) ).

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Thanks for documenting it here!

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10 minutes ago, Humblejack said:

Hi, I came across a 2609 made in the USA with an "N" serial number. The database does not show any. PH, R, A but no N.  Any info available?

 

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