Question about Microtek C783GM 17" Flat Panel LCD Monitor
Monitors need power cords to function, & there is nowhere near enough power in the data cable to power the monitor. So, it sounds like the power cable got pulled out somehow and is now lying on the floor. The power cable will be a small plug like you have on a radio or other similar devices instead of the standard sized plug that older monitors have. Once you plug the power cord back in, it should be fine.
Posted on Jul 01, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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