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Hp monitor power cord

Sorry this is second hand. A friend of friend needs power cord for hp flat panel monitor. Says it's model S1503 came with A810N Computer about three years old. Cord is lost. They said HP told them it's no longer made. I haven't seen the cord. Do you know whazat I mean and where to get one. She says it plugs in to screen then goes to power box then to wall plug. Sounds to me sort of like a laptop type supply.


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I purchased a HP Pavillion Slimline computer that was accompanied by and HP flat screen monitor: HPw1858. My problem is that the power cord is missing. Can you help me locate somewhere I can purchase this cord?

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