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Monitor How many hook ups does this monitor have? It went off and I can't figure out what's wrong with it. I see the large thick cord that connects on the back to the computer but I don't see a power cord. Does it have a power cord? Sorry I didn't hook it up.

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  • juliemunoz Jul 01, 2008

    Thanks i'll keep looking for it. I've looked and looked but have not been able to find where to hook a power cord to.



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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.

Good luck!

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  • Neal Brown Jul 01, 2008

    Typically monitors have a small cover on the back side near the vertical portion of the stand. When you open that cover, you can then see the power plug-in receptacle. More and more, monitors are hiding these plugs from view - so that all you see is the cord coming out.



    I tried finding pictures of the monitor online, but could not locate one to give you a more accurate description of where to find this specific plug-in receptacle. If they have the manual for the monitor, then it should have pictures of the back side and specify precisely where the power plug goes in it.



    Hope this helps.

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