Question about Videoseven L17PS 17" LCD Monitor
Looks like it takes a 19V 3.42A Power supply.
Look on the back of the monitor near the power jack and find where it says "input"
If it says 19V 3.42A then this is what you want:
Posted on Mar 25, 2011
Testimonial: "Thanks a lot, I will look for the type, however, there is no info at all,on the back of the monitor. I was just guessing it was a simple jack."
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