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Re: ETX90 power supply
The center pin is positive & you will need a minimum of 1200 mA.
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I guess you could be looking for something like these http://www.coywood.co.uk/lcd-power-supply-flat-screen-mains-adapter-adp-65db-12v-7a-2222-p.asp http://www.power-adapters.co.uk/12v-dmtech-4-pin-power-supply-adapter-p-4668.html http://ezlaptopadapters.com/12v-7a-4-pin-power-supply-adapter-p-4006.html
clt2054 Sanyo vizon 20" TV At power on my screen blinked on for a second, then went black for a minute or so, then blinked back on, this repeated. I noticed the external 12 volt dc 5 amp power supplys green light blinked on & off with the TV but it blinked off just before the TV did, indicateing that the problem was a power supply problem. Then I put the PS transformer up to my ear and could hear it buzz as it powered on each time. The buzz increased in frequency rapidly then stopped as the internal heat fuze/thermister er something, shut it off for a minute untill it reset. A person could buy a new Power Supply transformer for $14 to $40, or could try to fix their PS. But I simply hooked it up to a 12v car battery & the TV worked. On the back of the transformer is the pinout for the 12v 4 prong plug that goes into the TV. On the TV the bottom 2 pins a 12v+ & the top 2 pins are 12v negitive. Nails with the burrs filed off fit into the sockets, a strip of thin card board between the pos & neg nails for an insulator, & aligator clip jumpers on them to the battery got me a working TV. So I now know it was a power supply problem. I could follow the advice of others on this great FixYa site & try to fix my PS capacitor problem ? Or buy a new PS, or just put the TV in my 12v veggie oil diesel magic buss, er camper thingie. AND please don't send anyone $19.99 for free advice. I hope this helps someone in somehow. bitdog
i have the same probleme . I have a Iomega 250GBExternal hard drive. The pins that connect to the
hard drive via the adapter pack have broken. The serial number is
579233448 the model no is DA-30C03 and the p/N is 31426900. I wanted to
know which is the correct product to buy please
Here is a pin connection specification for the ac power supply (dual voltage adaptor)
>socket/plug for a Compaq TFT450 LCD Monitor that she
>supplied (edited for further clarity).
>The pins of the male connector (a PS2 mouse type connector) should be connected like this:
> 1 2
> 3 I 4
> 5 ^ 6
> GND GND
> 5V I 12V
> 5V ^ 12V
>For clarification - the male will be the end of your cable, and not the socket on the monitor.
>The I is the central polarising bar of the connector, and the ^ is the notch.
Ok well the Power adapter is not really that special.. what you need is a Centre Pin POSITIVE 12volt at say 4 amp power supply unit. I would get it from Ebay.. perhaps even being able to get an exact one from Ebay.. Othewise try the Samsung site and purchace direct. Look here for an idea.