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Power This particular monitor does not use the standard three prong power cable as most other computer parts but instead uses a small power supply with a converter that takes regular house power and converts it to a certain voltage.

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Re: power

Is there a question somewhere in that statement? So what it takes a power supply, so does mine. Are you missing one, and need to know which one to get? You can buy replacement and generic power supplies off of ebay. The output should be 12VDC. Not sure how many amps you need from the power supply, but a 4 or 5amps should do fine.

Now you just need to make sure the plug is the correct size and voltage orientation. This sounds complicated but it is not. 99% of the time the tip of the plug is +12VDC, and the other part is ground. Some ebay auctions will even list which monitors there particular power supply will work with.

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This monitor uses a power supply not just a cord . You can get one on e-bay very cheat . Just type out 2001fp an choose the person you want to get it from .

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I cannot find the power cord to my monitor. Where can I get a new one?

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Where can I obtain a power supply for a DELL E193FP LCD Monitor, preferably new or used if that's all I can get ?

If you are talking about the power plug that goes to the monitor, it is a standard three prong computer power cord, and is identical to the cord on the computer.
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Need to buy a power cord to replace the original. Do you know where one can be purchased?

Modern monitors and desktop computer use universal power cables, so you should be able to go to an office supply store like Staples or Office Depot or an electronics store like Best Buy and ask them for a monitor power cable. It will have a three-prong end to plug into the wall and a six-sided end with three recessed slots to plug into the monitor.

If you want to buy online, has grest prices on cables.

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Need a power cord

Most monitors take the same power cord as a desktop power supply or printer. They are available at most stores with computer gear. The monitor spot where you plug in the cord will be a irregular hexagon forming a regular rectangle on one half and three sides on the other. The monitor will have three prongs. The wall outlet plug is a standard grounded plug.

For a picture of the cable ends:

I hope this helps.

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I need power cords for my monitor

The monitor needs a power cord and a signal cable. The power cord is a standard 3-prong detachable cord just like the one on nearly every desktop computer and many other electronic appliances.

The signal cable may be one of two types, depending on your computer's video connector. The monitor has connectors for both VGA (a D-shaped connector with 15 pins) and DVI (a rectangular connector) inputs. You need a cable with whichever type of connector fits your computer.

You should be able to find the power cord at Radio Shack, any of the big office supply places, or retailers who sell computers. The signal cable may be available there as well, or you can order from a number of online vendors.

The monitor also allows you to plug in a USB cable from your computer so you can plug in USB devices like a keyboard or mouse. For that you need the same kind of USB cable you would use to connect a printer.

You can view or download a copy of the monitor user's guide at Dell's site here:

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Flickering Monitor

Dear Thunderforce -

I've run across this issue quite a few times with LCDs, and generally there are two possible causes: Either the Power Supply is bad(best case), or the LCD's Inverter is bad(worst case). Most LCDs now use a standard computer/monitor power supply - usually a thick cable, with three prongs on the male end and three slots or holes on the female end, same as would be used to give power to the computer. If you have an extra cable, you should try testing it with the LCD. If the screen works, fantastic, chalk it up to a broken power supply.

Otherwise, you'ld have to open up the display to replace the Inverter board. The LCD will have three or more circuit boards in its casing; One that handles input, one that handles power, ocasionally a separate board for video logic, and a slim board that connects the other PCBs to the screen itself. This slim board is the Inverter, and will have to be replaced.

The issue at this point is cost of repair vs. cost of replacement. An LCD inverter can cost anywhere from 40-140 bucks(on average) even on Ebay. Most big-name computer stores offer a comparable LCD for around the same price after rebates, or on sale. Second hand, I've even seen a few 17" LCDs for as low as fifty bucks.

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If the power cable matches the power cable of your computer, it's a standard 3 prong power cable and you don't need a specific kind. If it's a small circular type you will need an external AC adapter, the type will depend on the manufacturer and make of your monitor. These can be found on eBay usually. Most monitors use different types of stands, but if your monitor has the standard VESA 75 or 100mm mounting holes on the back, you can find many monitor stands that are compatible with it. The standard VESA mounting holes are usually used for wall mounts but lots of stands connect to the monitor this way. You can tell by a set of 4 holes for screws or bolts on the back that are either 75mm or 100mm apart (vertically and horizontally). Don't forget to get the right kind of bolts for the stand, if it doesn't include them.

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