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What kind of electrical cord does hct flat screen tv uses?

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Well, if the power cord isn't hard wired to the TV, then the two most likely options are either a figure 8 cord or an IEC cord.

Here's a figure 8 at monoprice
3ft 18AWG Figure 8 Shape AC Power Cord Cable Polarized 7 1 15P Black...

Here's the IEC cord at monoprice 10ft 16AWG Power Cord Cable 3 Conductor PC Power Connector Socket C13 5...

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SOURCE: missing power cord 12v

go to radio shack get a 12 volt 1500ma power supply with I belive it is a N% plug end but any how 800 ma to 1500 ma should run this and the plug end is standard plug with plus 12 volts on the inner side and negitive on the outer case side look at the back of the TV or the old power supply it sould have info on voltags and amprage, and the plug as to inner voltage and outer voltage on the plug any old time radio shack or electronics shop should be able to help you bring in the flat screen if need be as if you know its 12 volts then It wont mater weather you use a 1000ma 1500ma 12 volt ubnaversale power pack as the tv will only use the current needed so more MA is good the only concrn you have is the right mini barrle plug and the right side of +/- voltage on that mini plug being most use + voltage in the inner most circle and - 12 volts on thje outer

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SOURCE: The power cord for my Hyundai E320 flat screen tv

Start by confirming the circuit is hot at the wall. Plug in a lamp or something.
Try your generic cord with another device to eliminate it as a variable.
What sort of cord is it?

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SOURCE: removing the tv stand from tv

There are 4 screws on the back of the tv 2 on each side of the plug remove these and the stand will slide right off.

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SOURCE: how to hook up flat screen monitor??

The new flat screens hook up the same as the old CRT monitors.

Posted on May 03, 2009

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don't know if you'll get sound out of all speakers or just the front two and sub though. That depends entirely if the HCT is smart enough to make a stereo signal play all round.

Be aware; some TVs have a separate volume control for the headphone level. It's buried in the menus.

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