Question about Acer AL1717 17" LCD Monitor
And what if it is bad? Is there a part that can be replaced, or do I need another monitor? How can this be fixed at low cost?? Please and thank you.
Your question was presumably cut off in the title of your post, but on the power brick, there should be several statistics of the power supplied by the cable. There should be watts, Amps, and whether the output is AC or DC. I believe your monitor takes DC power, so if you are buying another power supply, make sure that it gives out DC power, not AC. Also make sure to get the specific wattage, and for a monitor that size, 3.0 amps should be more than enough to keep a steady power flow, and also keep the power brick at a reasonable temperature.
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