Question about Cornea MP 704 17" Flat Panel LCD Monitor
I have a cornea mp 704 lcd monitor given to me with no power supply it is a tft lcd monitor serial mp02280213 it state s only to use with power supply for manufacture model its lists a 12v 3 amp below FGCD # A0- NHA005A1 it has no digram for the polarity it has a barrle type connection was wondering if any body could help me with the center being positive oR negitive had a freind with the same one and he tried a power supply and it started smoking so dont want that to happen apprciate any support on where I can confirm the polarity for a proper and safe power supply to this monitor
There may be a virtually invisible polarity symbol on the case next to the connector.
Posted on Apr 21, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
it could be something as simple as your power settings in control panel> power options, then the first window called power schemes pops up and all monitor, harddisk and system standby should be set at never. Also check on you monitor menu for any power saving options and turn them off. If the monitors still turn off then there has to be a deeper fault with the monitors and not with the power options.
Posted on Apr 28, 2007
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Posted on Dec 22, 2007
i think that is not monitor problem, that is your computer (cpu) problem.plase chack your ram memory,open your cpu door and remove your ram and clean it with cloth and restore back.your problem will be solve thank you.
Posted on Dec 22, 2008
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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