Question about Cornea CT 1810 18.1" Flat Panel LCD Monitor
18.1in. Cornea monitor, Mod# CT 1810
Problem: The On and Off button has to be punched several times before
the circuit will latch in to ON.
I would like to locate the latching relay on the circuit board, but can't find any info on the circuit board.
Can you help?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Cornea 1810 monitor power cord
Apparently the monitor's power consumption is near or slightly exceeds the specified value.
My suggestion would be to purchase an adapter with higher rated output current - if for example your original adapter was rated 12V 4.5A, go for a 12V 6A rated adapter. A 30% safety overhead will hopefully contribute to higher reliability.
Posted on Nov 18, 2009
Testimonial: "thanks, my concern is the feed to the monitor,I had this monitor at home with no problem, also 2nd one no problem, had new tower, could it be that"
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