Question about Princeton Digital VL1716 17" LCD Monitor
Take it by your local computer shop, they will likely have some plugs laying around and can try it for you. Maybe even sell you a used plug. Many devices like older laptops have similar plugs look around the house to see what you can find. sometimes surplus stores carry these as well. if the socket is the same size, it will work to use a slightly higher amperage eg 4a - 5a so long as the positive and negative orientation and jack are the samegood luck hunting. cheers.
Posted on Aug 24, 2010
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