Question about Daewoo F227B Monitor
If you know a little bit about electronics, then you can find or buy a multimeter to check the output voltage of the AC/DC power adapter (if it uses one, sometimes the converter/adapter is inside the monitor). In order to get a voltage reading from center "hole" of the end of the power cord, use a paper clip (thicker paper clip if you have it). If the converter voltage is good, then this monitor might be a warranty return candidate. Hope it's only a power adapter problem (you can find a replacement on Ebay) ZT3000 "Beta tester of "0"s and "1's"
Posted on Aug 21, 2007
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