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WHAT IS THE PIN CONFIGURATION WHERE SUPPLY CORD PLUGS INTO REAR PANEL OF MONITOR?

WHICH PIN(S) IS POSITIVE, WHICH IS NEGETIVE?

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There is no wrong way to plug in the cables into the monitor.
If you're referring to the male/female cable ends... you will always need a male to male cable from a monitor to a device.

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