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Power Supply for Poly view V372 lcd monitor.

I am trying to get a power supply for a Poly View Lcd screen that I was given. The manufactures web site is of no use as it dosn't provide any real support like manauls or drivers ect. Can any one help me with this?
I do not have any part number which may be helpful.
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  • Bigroy1 Oct 25, 2008

    I have been able to find another power supply (19v 2.6A) but the plug is not the same. To small for the monitor. Have tryed to replace the plug but not sure it is the right sort. as the lead was not what I expected to see (insulated twin cable). No I dont have the old power supply or part number . Not 100% sure it works eather come to that. I was told it worked when I picked it up but have not seen it working.

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Can you find the part number from the power supply?

Posted on Oct 24, 2008

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  • Ekse Oct 24, 2008

    do you have anything about the powersupply?

  • Ekse Oct 24, 2008

    is the powersupply external - not inside the lcd?

  • Ekse Oct 24, 2008

    A general powersupply might do the job, what is the voltage the monitor is rated for? it should read in the back. then we just need a powersupply that matches the requirements exactly and fits into the lcd.

  • Ekse Oct 24, 2008

    I was able to find







    Power Source
    Stand-Alone AC Adapter 100~240VAC, 50/60Hz¡£Output: 19VDC, 3.16A¡¤



    Output 19V DC and 3.16A



    So a General Ac power adapter that gives 19V DC and 3A and also fits into the lcd would work just fine.

  • Ekse Oct 24, 2008

    Please confirm the information from the back of your lcd..

  • Ekse Oct 24, 2008

    This powersupply fits the needs of the lcd on the power side.. 19volts and 3A

    http://cgi.ebay.com/AC-Power-Adapter-4-S...



    But the plug that goes into the lcd might not fit or it might be wrong.

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