Anyone need a shielded SNES S-Video cable?

My SNES is broken. I ordered a 62 pin connector, but it was delivered to the wrong address, and refused. Now it's being sent back. I haven't convinced myself to buy another connector. Maybe if I get a refund.

The cable came from Sweden. I won't buy the new 62 pin connector in Sweden, they didn't accept or reject my offer, just completely ignored it instead. If they rejected it, I'd more likely buy it. But 30 bucks is kind of a rip off. They don't provide any proof that they are made by Nintendo, not sure how you'd verify that.

Now to sort of do the exercise my counselor wants me to do. I get a free cake for doing it.