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Date Posted: 14:12:47 08/03/07 Fri
Author: Svante Skoog
Subject: Spooky dot when turned off

I just got my first Vectrex (Swedish model) ever today :D

It works fine and the buzz from the speakers is almost silent.

But I noticed something wierd. When I turn it off, even unplugged, after a few seconds a small faint dot appears in the center of the screen that slowly fades away. maybe there for 15-20 seconds.

Is this normal? or is something wrong. I donīt want my Vectrex to die on me :( I just waited 20 years to get one ;)

Sure is a nice way to travel back to the mid 80:s.

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[> Re: Spooky dot when turned off -- Darryl B., 21:24:21 01/12/08 Sat

As you've probably figured out by now (don't know how I've missed this over the months) there shouldn't be anything wrong with it, old tvs had that dot too when shut off.

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