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LCD monitor power?

Discussion in 'Desktop & Laptop Computers Forum' started by caleb2002, Oct 17, 2003.

  1. caleb2002

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    Anyone know a stockist that supplies LCD monitor power supplies?

    I got a sold as seen Sony 18'' TFT but no Pwer cable and Sony want £95 for one.

    Searching on google worldwide and just nobody has these, even tried Maplin but no luck.
     
  2. Bursar

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    What's its input voltage? You may find that one of those universal supplies will work. You know the sort you get from Argos that are used for electronic games and so-on.

    It's probably 12v input, but it depends on the amperage. My LCD screen uses 12v @ 4.16a.
     
  3. caleb2002

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    it is 12V but 3.8A

    I cannot find anything that covers that.

    Thanks
     

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