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Look at the rear of the TV. Go look at Ebay and find a matching power cord. The square block goes in the square hole. The round block goes in the round hole. The triangle block goes in to the triangle hole.
Remote: read the model number off the back of the TV. Go do a Google search for a replacement remote control.
Remember, breathe in, breathe out, breathe in, breathe out... continue doing this or you'll die.
if the computer was bought new, with the monitor, there should be a 3.5mm audio wire (it will be green on both ends) you will have to plug one end into the back of the PC (usually a green port) and the other end will be plugged into the monitor itself. The port on the monitor may not be easily found...search along the bottom of it near the power/vga cords. Hope this helps!
well depends on the Computer brand! most computers come with a sound card... sometimes there is onboard and pci :) either way look behind your computer where all the plug-ins are and there should be 3 small holes that will allow the plug of speakers... :) hope this helps!
You most likely have a capacitor that has changed value. When a capacitor goes bad it will work after it heats up. Sometimes a bad cap will have a bulging top or show signs of leakage. Sometimes can only be checked with a meter.
I just looked at the specs for it and there are no audio inputs. But fear not! There is still a way. Look on the back of your PC for 3 color coded input jacks. For your speakers jack, look for a green or lime colored input and plug your speaker cord into it and you'll be good to go. You may even be able to use the same color coding from the front of your PC. It will also be your headphone jack if getting to the back of the PC is a pain in the you- know- what! Let me know if you need additional help! Thanks for rating this solution (if you do).
If your old monitor was a Compaq, it had slots for the speakers to hang on and provided the power for the speakers. The speakers still got their input from a cable that plugged into the computer sound output jack. If those speakers are the style Compaq supplied when I worked at a Compaq service shop, they originally came with metal stands that fit into slots on the back so you could stand them up on their own, and a 12-volt power adapter so you could use them without the monitor. If you don't have those pieces, you can buy a suitable power adapter (12 volts DC at 1 amp) at Radio Shack but the speaker stands are hard to find. You could try eBay, or just make a holder of some kind. (A friend of mine used those little wooden stands you can buy to display plates to hold her speakers when she got a new monitor. They worked out pretty well.)
Or you can replace the speakers. A new set would have everything you need. But those Compaq speakers sounded pretty good, so if they're still working you might want to keep them.
First of all you need a sound card on your computer with a Spk. (Speaker) or Phones (headphones) Out Jack it might be a symbol of a small speaker or headphones. You have to be sure you are getting a actual sound output signal from this sound card too. If the sound card is not working your moniter speakers would not have a signal to drive it. You also need a 1/8" Stereo 2 male stereo plugs on both ends, one end plugs in back of moniter other plugs in back of computer like I mentiond above. Make sure your Mute button is not selected on your computers volume button usally at bottom right of screen. Make sure the volume buttons are up to aprox 3/4 up also. Then for last on the moniter look in the menu i think you might have to keep pressing the menu button but i kind of forget now but its a Spk setting and volume setting in this speaker setup within the moniter as well make sure this is turned on and set at a higher volume level as well. Thats about all I can say without taking the moniter apart and checking the jack and wires and speakers. I would suggest you take it to a electronics or a tv repair or computer repair person to go any further then this. Hope you take time to read all of this I tried to put every step in here to help anyone out with this problem. Thanks for reading.