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A $10 voltmeter/amp testor from any hardware store would tell you if the power supply is passing the correct amps/volts through to the monitor. Just match the reading to the stated rating on the power supply's label. If it is giving the correct current levels, then it's your monitor. If not, you can get generic power supplies at mos hardware stores & even Radio Shack fairly cheap.
Posted on Jul 13, 2008
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