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Power adapter is 3330mA ok in lou of a 4A?

I have a Liquid Video A150X1 monitor, that needs a 12V 4.0A power adapter. I was told that a 12V 3330mA would work the same. Is this a good thing or not?

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It's a bad thing, check ebay.

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