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Grigory27419, I wonder why they didn't print or emboss the polarity symbol on or near the place where the plug is inserted into the back of the monitor? I saw a specification that said it requires 19volts dc. But it didn't mention anything about how much current ( 1.5amp, 1.7 amp, 2.1 amp???) it requires. More importantly, why or what caused failure of original "black-brick" supply??? 12fixlouie
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