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MISSING POWER SUPPLY

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I am looking to find the polarity of the DC adapter on my 17inch Soyo monitor. Any help on the plarity or replacement power supply source out there?

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Alan

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Normally, the polarity is molded next to the connecter hole; it may not be real easy to see.
If you have a digital multimeter with a 'diode' position, most devices have a diode internally installed to prevent damage in case of a bad substitution and the meter will show a value of somewhere between 500-800, typical would be in the mid-600s.
If you find that, then the meter is currently causing the internal protective diode to conduct as it would if the WRONG polarity would be applied and most meters will supply a positive voltage to the red lead for diode function.
Commonly, the center is the positive contact but this sure isn't certain.

Posted on May 27, 2008

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