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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Need AC/DC adapter for monitor!
Hi inkedpandora, http://icm.computercci.com/pgi-productspec?PSO080 This one should work for you it's the same voltage and amperage as your unit. 19VDC 3.16A Any standard power cable from an old printer or computer will work with one of those PS's. The only thing you need to check before you buy is the polarity of the barrel connector. I looked on the net but could not find out that info so look at the jack where the power plugs into the monitor. You might see a little diagram showing a + and - signs. If the line coming off the + sign goes to the semi-circle than the barrel is positive and if the - goes to the SC the barrel is negative. Ask them before you buy which way that one is. As long as they are the same you will be able to use that PS. Good Luck, Dude
Posted on Nov 26, 2006
SOURCE: 7 digital photo frame problems
Yeah, I just got one too and I have no USB thingy, and I kinda need my memory card.... hmmm.... maybe it should come with one. That's a bright idea huh! And how on Earth do you get music on it?!
Posted on Dec 26, 2007
Use the Navigation Buttons to select "Calendar"; press Enter to confirm. To set the date, press the Stop Button and then use < and > Buttons to adjust the year and the arrow down and ^ buttons to adjust the month; press the Stop Button again to confirm. Then, use the Navigation Buttons to select the current date on the calendar display and press Enter to confirm. To exit press the Menu Button.
Posted on Nov 09, 2008
SOURCE: Lost power cord
You should try matching up the amperage (A) and voltage (12V) with a universal adapter. You can find at radio shack or walmart. Make sure you get as close to possible to correct amps, anything more than the correct amps can fry your tv. Volts doesn't have to be exact
Posted on Dec 14, 2008
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