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It may be the same as the power cord as used in the PC, try it to see if it will fit, then you can it at local PC repair shop or Radio Shack, otherwise post the picture of the AC inlet on the bcak of the monitor.
All you need to know is: - The output voltage (usually 12V) - The rated output current (usually above 5A) - The plug polarity (usually plus on the inside) Then just purchase any replacement AC adapter that has the same voltage, same plug polarity and rated current preferrably more (at least 120%) of the original. That's it. You can buy them online, for example at http://www.12vadapters.com/
you can purchase it either from the manufacture of the monitor
ebay(www.ebay.com) or best buy
its called the power cable
just tell the perdson you are purchasing it from that you need a monitor power cable.
i thin i best u not opening it up ur self just make sure that the fuse in the plug is still working and see if the light on the power pack is lit other than that its best gettin a proffesional to look at it hope this helps
If anyone is still looking for this power cord I have one for sale. Product No. CM2019 MODEL: F192 This goes to a Balance LCD Monitor (Balance Digital Technology). 15 V , 4 A ( 15 Volt , 4 Amp ) I realize this post thread is old.
I have this monitor currently and I ordered another one off ebay and I am also in search of another power supply for the one that I purchased. Since I alredy have one I know that the one that works with my current monitor is manufactured by a company in china called Linearty Electronics and this link: http://www.linearity.com.tw/EPmenu_LAD6019.html is to a spread sheet that list the model that was packaged with the 19" Balance Monitor. (or at least the one that came with my monitor). The model # for the power supply is LAD6019AC3 it's 15v DC 4A. The website gives no information about how to order it via them but they have a contact page that gives a sales email addy as well as hr and gen inquiries. I have sent an email today to see if they can direct me in the right direction to get a power supply for this monitor. Hint: If you got to the site you will have to change the language to english on the main page of the site since this company is a chinese company their site will automaticy come up in chinese except for the word english that the top that will convert the site to english. I will post another response if I hear back. I sent the email just a few minutes ago.