HP battery eliminator plugs

From: Joe R. <rigdonj_at_cfl.rr.com>
Date: Wed Jan 26 20:32:48 2005

Hey Jay!

  I picked up the two plugs todays and checked them on one of my HP 1000s
and they are a perfect fit! I THOUGHT all the connectors on the back were
the same but wasn't absolutely certain till I checked. The pins are the
right sex (male) but some of them are in different locations in the three
different connectors so you MAY have to move two of them to the proper
locations. I've got a friend in a very ugly legal sitation that I'm trying
to help out and I'm very busy right now but I'll get them in the mail to
you as soon as I can.


At 12:11 PM 1/24/05 -0500, you wrote:
> I'm pretty sure they're the right sex but they're in the warehouse. I'll
>be down there tomorrow and I'll double check them.
> Joe
>At 05:28 PM 1/22/05 -0600, you wrote:
>>You wrote....
>>> Your timing is perfect! I just picked up the two plugs from a HP cable
>>> that was made to fit those connectors. It seems the scrap idiots cut the
>>> plugs off to get the "valuable" copper cable and then threw the plugs
>>> away.
>>> I found them in a load of scrap and recognized them immediately and I knew
>>> they'd be useful sooner or later. Send me your address and I'll drop them
>>> in the mnail to you.
>>You sure they are the right gender? There are some power control cables
>>female connectors, and some with male connectors (I believe for the I/O
>>extenders). Which are yours? I'm looking for the ones that are male,
>>hopefully with the pins intact. Let me know!
Received on Wed Jan 26 2005 - 20:32:48 GMT

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