Question about Televison & Video
I am wondering if my flat screen requires it own power connection??? it has a standard power connection on the back just like a regular crt monitor or computer tower i plug it in and the power lights up green and just blinks does this model require a power converter??? or something other than you standard cord if you need any additional info please let me know thank you Jason
p.s. the product is a vison flat screen model name MR19-H1AD
product name V1922DB
INPUT:100-240V~ 20-60 Hz
I called ProMedia and spoke to their Tech Support folks. The blinking green light means that the powerboard within the LCD has malfunctioned. It will require servicing if under warranty. If out of warranty it was suggested that buy a new one because of cost.
Posted on Jan 12, 2010
The monitor should be plugged directly into a wall socket. It has a universal power supply in the monitor that automatically compensates for either 110VAC/ 60Hz or 220VAC 50Hz.
There are a limited number of compatible video resolutions (from the PC's video card) that are supported. The best setting will be 1280 x 1024.
The manual can be found at: http://www.promedialcd.com/001/usa/index.php?page=v1922db
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