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Need cable and power supply

Where can I get a new cable and power supply for this monitor??

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Power Adapter Input AC 100-240V, 50-60Hz, Output DC 12V/4.0A

This may help. Just make sure you have the right dc output mentioned on the back of your monitor (12v4a or 12v5a) if any lower your monitor will shut off after displaying for few seconds then electrical smell will come out from your ac/dc adapter. When it overheats it shuts off.


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