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LOL... am an old lady. Have adapter power cord to the monitor but can't seem to find where to connect it to. Appreciate the help.

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    Roberta Smith May 11, 2010

    what does the power cord adaptor look like.... not the end you plug in the wall ... the other end ?

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The plug end (to the monitor) is a partial square end with three top angles. That plugs into the back of the monitor. You can see the plug socket from the underside.

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