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You need a signal cable, an audio cable and the power adapter. The first two are standard cables available at any retailer of computers and monitors or online. The signal cable is the type that has 15-pin "D-sub" connectors on each end. The audio cable will have a mini-stereo plug on each end. The power adapter is available from several online sources. There's an eBay auction currently running for the adapter you need.
Check that the power cable is the right one, it may need a AC adapter of some sort. Make sure the wall outlet is not one that requires a switch to be on (or at least make sure the switch is on). If those aren't the problem, sounds like a broken monitor to me. Hope that helps!
Hi, for a 12v 2 ampers device any universal laptop power suply can be used. They usually are tesignedfor about 2-4 ampers so it won't be a problem. All you have to ake soure is the correct polarity, and the changeable dc plug.
I would not recommend this because my monitor will probably burn up from doing this but; I just lost my power supply last night and I took a power cord from my seagate external 500 GB hard drive which has the same pin size plug in that goes into the monitor and plugged it directly into the wall. I assume that the external hard drive uses the same ac to dc converter although it looks just like a cord with no inverter capabilies. Not sure of the amps though and this could burn up the monitor completely. Works for now.