Hi Tommy,

As a suggestion: try searching on Google for "RJ10 plug" and then for
bulk telephone cable. That might be a better way of making your own
cable. I have a feeling that the reason your cable didn't work is
because of the wrong plug size.

Hope that helps,


> Hey all! Someone here was nice enough to send out a keyboard and mouse for
> the Mac Plus I recently acquired, but he didn't have a keyboard cable. I have
> tried making one myself using the pinouts on the internet, but I can't get it 
> to
> work. For one thing, no one around here has a package of the narrow RJ-11
> connectors. I tried to file down the regular size RJ-11 connectors to make it
> fit, but it didn't work.
> Does anyone here happen to have a real Mac Plus keyboard cable they don't
> need anymore? I could really use it. I can use the mouse on the Plus, but 
> can't
> type on it. :-(
> I'd REALLY appreciate anything anyone could do. :-)
> Take care,
> Tommy

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