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I have Mass Multimedia c-18 c18 LCD dual monitors..... the cable from the monitor has 5 prongs at the top and 1 at the bottom (6 prong)... can you help me find 2 low price power adapters?

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The two vx900 s I have here have more of a rectangular plug for the power. Inside it is three large prongs and on the backside should be 3 wires. Two of which go to a smaller plug that connects to the power board.
The power cord is the same as found in many desktop computers.
If this is what you are referring to. Then the plug should be connected inside and it snaps into place onto the meatl part inside the monitor.
You may have to disassemble the unit to get it back together.
Sorry for delay in reply, I never was notified that you had replied.
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