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A > APF > TV Fun (Model 401)


This mini forum is intended to provide a simple means of discussion about the APF TV Fun (Model 401) videogame system. If you want to share your own experience or memories, or add relevant information about this system: post a message!

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Saturday 7th January 2012
ronald bowen (north alabama)

I have apf tv fun gome looks just like the apf 401 but is labaled 402 and has gun. just got it out of some junk stuff.

Saturday 2nd April 2011
Ant (Los Angeles)

My parents bought this for my brother in the 70''s. This was my first video gaming experience. Whats strange is they say it was made for the England market, so how did my parents buy one in the states? At some time they must have decided to sell here. I''m trying to put together a personal timeline so would be great if someone could provide that info

Sunday 6th March 2011
charlie oliver (usa)
The Quaalude Board

APF TV Fun (Model 401) I got one it has the 2 cylinder and also a cool looking Gun :) QC

Friday 8th October 2010
Jonathan Allen Scher (Bowling Green, KY/United States)

I was wondering if there are still APF TV Fun Pong consoles left. But the one I''m looking for specifically is the model 442. The APF TV Fun that has two cylinder controllers. You know what I mean? It is for my future review of old games so I was wondering if you have one or somewhere else you know where I can buy one?

Saturday 2nd October 2010

AC adapter is 9V 500 mA tip positive

Wednesday 9th December 2009
Steve (Kansas)

Hey Zach, in case you ever get this message, I was wondering if you could provide me with detailed information on the specifications for the AC power cord. I have the system, but I lack the AC cable. I''m fairly sure I can buy a modern one to replace it, but I need the exact output settings so that I do not damage the internal circuitry. Any information is very appreciated. My email is Beesson6606(at)gmail(dot)com. Thanks a lot!

Monday 25th February 2008
Zach (Midwest)

I just acquired a APF Tv fun Model 401..It works and such, also has the box and manual (box is in rough shape). Anyway anyone know a value of this thing.

Wednesday 19th January 2005
Mike (Seattle, WA)

This was the first video game my parents bought for me. I thought it was sold under a different brand/name though. I recall they bought it from a local Fred Meyer store and paid around $50 USD for it (which was quite a bit in those days). Other pong systems were selling for about twice that, so this was a real bargin.

Tuesday 27th July 2004
alex compton (texas)

yeah if you put the switch to computer it should work

Tuesday 13rd July 2004
jim bramlet (Pennsylvania)

Does anyone no how to hook up the apf tv fun model 401 to a tv. It has a cable running out the back and when i plug it into the video in outlet no picture comes up but i can hear the sounds.

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