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I dont know about capacitors or regulators i just need to know how to turn this thing on.

I have a MAG innovision 762s monitor. i didnt get my answer from the other two resolutions to the "no power cord" problem. is the power source coming from what looks like a cable jack? i need power!

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On the specs from ebay I see you need a 12v dc 5 amp ac power adapter .
normally they have an led , but if you can't get power you will have to verify that you have the 12v at the tip, you will need a multimeter or 12v bulb connected to the end.
if your getting power then the panels circuit is at fault.
talk to a local geek about checking it out.

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