There is no wrong way to plug in the cables into the monitor.
If you're referring to the male/female cable ends... you will always need a male to male cable from a monitor to a device.
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srb111000, If unit won't work with substitute "black brick" power supply, then the problem will be inside of monitor! Most likely a failed INVERTER circuit board that supplies 800-1200 volts to light up the "cold-cathode-fluorescent-tubes" that provide "WHITE LIGHT" so you can see whats on your screen. The "clicking sound you hear is the internal safety circuit going "IN and OUT" of SHUTDOWN MODE trying to save itself from a NONRECOVERABLE CATASTROPHIC FAILURE and or FIRE. Leave it off! It's BROKE. A local tech type will need to evaluate it. Get back to me if you need some options as to what you think you need to do with it. Or read some of the other posts I have made concerning LCD monitor failures. lmistyrel @ aol .com or louie12fix on fixya
I have this monitor currently and I ordered another one off ebay and I am also in search of another power supply for the one that I purchased. Since I alredy have one I know that the one that works with my current monitor is manufactured by a company in china called Linearty Electronics and this link: http://www.linearity.com.tw/EPmenu_LAD6019.html is to a spread sheet that list the model that was packaged with the 19" Balance Monitor. (or at least the one that came with my monitor). The model # for the power supply is LAD6019AC3 it's 15v DC 4A. The website gives no information about how to order it via them but they have a contact page that gives a sales email addy as well as hr and gen inquiries. I have sent an email today to see if they can direct me in the right direction to get a power supply for this monitor. Hint: If you got to the site you will have to change the language to english on the main page of the site since this company is a chinese company their site will automaticy come up in chinese except for the word english that the top that will convert the site to english. I will post another response if I hear back. I sent the email just a few minutes ago.
HiThe .inf drivers for almost any computer monitor is already built into ALL operating systems.There are, generally, no drivers necessary or available for monitors.This is the way it works. A computer's Graphics Card (which is, effectively dedicated a mini Motherboard with its own dedicated RAM Memory, Heatsink and/or Cooling Fan and Microprocessor - GPU), purely to power and manage the overall graphics capability of the computer. The Graphics Card does most of the work involved in taking encoded or decoded image files from your computer, from a DVD or VCD, from the internet or from a typical, external imaging source like a Smart Phone, Webcam, Digital Camera, Camcorder or a Media Player and then and interprets these image files into the analogue or digital signal (depending on monitor type) it sends to the monitor for it to resolve into an image.A monitor has a range of Resolutions it can operate within, and if the Graphics Card or Graphics Chip Setting are set too high or too low, outside this range, the next time the computer is restarted or shut down and powered up again, the monitor might be incapable of resolving the image and therefore remain blank, as the computer boots, leaving the user blind to its Desktop.Other faults preventing monitors from displaying images include foreign metal objects or bent, touching, pins shorting in the connectors at each end of the VGA (Analogue) and DVI (Digital) Video cables that link the Monitor to the computer. The cable may also have a failure or a fault somewhere along its length or a failed connection at the junction of cable and connector.The quality of the image displayed on the Monitor is mainly governed by the resolution of the image, which is controlled by the software governed settings of the Graphics CardIf none of the above is preventing the Monitor from functioning then the Monitor might have an internal fault. The inside of Monitors and TVs are a hostile, non User Repair Friendly working environment, with lots of capacitors storing relatively high charges even when the monitor in not connected to the mains electricity, that can seriously injure or even kill an inexperienced repairer.Internal monitor repairs are rarely economical because a successful repair often requires the replacement of a faulty internal component, the cost of which, when added to the labour cost involved in the repair, is unsustainable, given the widespread availability (due to the rapid uptake of HD technology) and relatively low cost of Warrantied new and 2nd user models in the marketplace.If your Monitor is powered by an AC/DC Power Adapter, check for any faults with the Adapter that might be preventing the power from reaching the Monitor and if, found, consider a replacement adapter from here or from similar sources to this:http://www.ebay.com/itm/NEW-AC-Adapter-Balance-Digital-Technology-EZ17J-LCD-/320744475938?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item4aaddc4d22If the monitor proves to be faulty and none of the above solutions remedies the fault, it may be time to consider buying a new Monitor.Definitely do not waste any more time looking for Monitor Drivers.I hope this helps.If this Answer goes some way towards helping to resolve your Query, Problem or Fault, please take the time to Rate it. This helps Answerers, like me, better understand the needs and the point of view of the Asker and guides us in exploring the best ways to provide useful, high quality Responses.If you need further help, please do not hesitate to post another Question or add a Comment to this Question.
i thin i best u not opening it up ur self just make sure that the fuse in the plug is still working and see if the light on the power pack is lit other than that its best gettin a proffesional to look at it hope this helps
This is super hard to find. No information available on Balance Monitors! From what I was able to find you need a 15V 3A power adapter with a mini 3-prong plug. If you have your documentation for your montior you may wish to verify thihs information.
This is the closest I could find; it is actually made for a Toshiba laptop but it is possible it will work for you. As long as the power level is correct and the connectors are the correct size you should be okay.
Suggest click start > settings > control panel > display > and then the settings tab. Now the Advanced button, then the Monitor tab.
You should see your monitor listed there, and if not, it needs to be installed. Make certain the box is CHECKED for "Hide modes this monitor cannot display".
If the monitor displays a similar effect on the monitor's own display, the colour ajustment or no signal display then the answer is most likely yes. A good tech guy may be able to fix the problem but it's going to cost almost the price of a smaller screen, similar to what you have, anyway. My suggestion is to just grab yourself a new monitor.
if your monitor keeps turning off/on there is a problem
One bad lead can cause a computer to continue on a cycle or to shutdown or fail to detect your hard drive
Test all leads that attach to your hard drive including electrical extensions,IDE,SATA
the leads from your ((motherboard to your hard drive)) make sure they have a secure connection and are not faulty or just replace them there probably old and faultymake sure all leads that are attached to your drives dvd\cd 3 1/2 inch floppy have secure connections and are not faulty even the electic extensions or just replace them they are probably faulty a computer needs its connections to have an end so any faulty leads will end up with a computer errorhope this helpsdon
I believe it is time to inspect the caps in the power supply. If you are going to DIY and already try the monitor with another PC, and have proper tools and know safety precaution then please read on:Most common failures in the LCD monitors are bad capacitors (bulging top/seal or leaking) in the power supply (they should be replaced in a set), blown fuses; poor solder joints, failed inverter circuits (blown fuse, shorted transistors, shorted/open transformers), bad lamps (poor solder connections or worn out lamps). You will need to open it up and inspect the inside, see example of failed monitors to get some ideas what to look for: http://s807.photobucket.com/albums/yy352/budm/Post back what you see inside so we can guide you further and it will help out other people in the future also.
It may be the same as the power cord as used in the PC, try it to see if it will fit, then you can it at local PC repair shop or Radio Shack, otherwise post the picture of the AC inlet on the bcak of the monitor.