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On and Off button

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?
Thanks
Larry

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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.

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