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Monitor CT-1050 I would like information/schematic diagram on a Brother CT-1050 monitor. It is dead and I suspect the problem may be the power supply. The documentation on the monitor is as follows: model # CT-1050 Serial # - MB-1045364 manufacture date - April 1991 Chasis # MT-18 Other information on monitor follows: LR53545 E82982 117 volt, 60 hz, 4 amp This monitor goes with a Brother Word Processor machine and I would like to be able to use it again. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks, Gary

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This website has them for sale for $2.95. It's probably your best bet since it's so old.
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