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Versión actual por: The Awesomer ,

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I was unable to find a replacement, so I took an orthodox approach; I soldered female pin headers to each of the 3 solder pads that the IO port would normally be soldered to and snipped off the end of my link cable, and soldered a male pin header to each of the 3 wires from the link cable.
 
While this method was a bit hackish and certainly not the prettiest thing in the world, I am now able to connect my ti 83 plus to my computer by simply connecting the 3 female connectors to their corresponding male counterparts.
 


EDIT
EDIT: I eventually got the courage to give my calculator the repair it deserved. Check my guide for how I did this.No more ugly wires coming out of the calculator!


EDIT
EDIT: I eventually got the courage to give my calculator the repair it deserved. Check my guide for how I did this.No more ugly wires coming out of the calculator!

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Editado por: The Awesomer ,

Texto:

I was unable to find a replacement, so I took an orthodox approach; I soldered female pin headers to each of the 3 solder pads that the IO port would normally be soldered to and snipped off the end of my link cable, and soldered a male pin header to each of the 3 wires from the link cable.
 
While this method was a bit hackish and certainly not the prettiest thing in the world, I am now able to connect my ti 83 plus to my computer by simply connecting the 3 female connectors to their corresponding male counterparts.
 
 
 
EDIT: I eventually got the courage to give my calculator the repair it deserved. Check my guide for how I did this.

Estatus:

open

Aporte original por: The Awesomer ,

Texto:

I was unable to find a replacement, so I took an orthodox approach; I soldered female pin headers to each of the 3 solder pads that the IO port would normally be soldered to and snipped off the end of my link cable,  and soldered a male pin header to each of the 3 wires from the link cable.

While this method was a bit hackish and certainly not the prettiest thing in the world, I am now able to connect my ti 83 plus to my computer by simply connecting the 3 female connectors to their corresponding male counterparts.

Estatus:

open