Question about KDS Radius RAD-7 17" Flat Panel LCD Monitor
Where is the power cord located on the monitor?
I have Microsoft Windows XP
The monitor has and adapter type power cord that plugs into the computer end of the VGA cable. Look for a small round hole at the PC end of the cable.
Posted on Jul 15, 2008
If it is a CRT there is a stationary cord which cannot usually be removed from the monitor (unless very old) that has an 15 pin female end. This will plug into either your on board video or your video card. Be sure to tighten the finger screws on each end of that plug. Then you will have to plug manually a power cord (looks just like the power cord to a PC) into the back of the monitor (usually a female 3 prong plug) and other end into the wall socket.
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