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Samsung lsa800 flat panel monitor power supply unit

I have the monitor...but dont have the powers supply unit..lost!!!..
it is a 14 v 4 amp....part number psu 370-4166.
i live in canberra australia....and believe if i cant get the supply unit..there may be a generic..16 volt 6 amp..which will power the monitor...thoughts??? ideas!??

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