Please help for Cable and Power supply for KOGI monitor L7EH-TA ???
I got the above KOGI monitor from a friend with missing Power Supply and computer cable. I need the information power supply and connection cable for monitor KOGI L7EH-TA Model L7VH and Type = EHTW, where can I find these missing parts??
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communikay, The pink tint means that the cold-cathode-fluorescent-lamps are just about at their "end of life" and will need replacing!! I would be surprised if it lasts another month or two and then you might need to rebuild the inverter circuit that also might die from being overstressed due to the fact that old (many "ON" hours) CCFL's draw excessive current making the switch-mode-power-supply/inverter circuit work harder to light the lamps? 12fixlouie
It looks like your power supply is shutting down (terminal overload shutdown) due to excessive current consumption. You need to get a power supply that meets the voltage and current requirements of that monitor or greater current reuirements.
I would not recommend this because my monitor will probably burn up from doing this but; I just lost my power supply last night and I took a power cord from my seagate external 500 GB hard drive which has the same pin size plug in that goes into the monitor and plugged it directly into the wall. I assume that the external hard drive uses the same ac to dc converter although it looks just like a cord with no inverter capabilies. Not sure of the amps though and this could burn up the monitor completely. Works for now.
Is there a question somewhere in that statement? So what it takes a power supply, so does mine. Are you missing one, and need to know which one to get? You can buy replacement and generic power supplies off of ebay. The output should be 12VDC. Not sure how many amps you need from the power supply, but a 4 or 5amps should do fine.
Now you just need to make sure the plug is the correct size and voltage orientation. This sounds complicated but it is not. 99% of the time the tip of the plug is +12VDC, and the other part is ground. Some ebay auctions will even list which monitors there particular power supply will work with.