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MAG LT765s monitor, model 780; where do i plug in adapter

I have a MAG LT765s, (model 780, manufactured feb 2004) & cannot for the life of me find where to plug in the power adapter. the only 2 other inputs are "line out & line in"- help

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Sometimes the power adapters on flat screens face the floor. So, if you look under the screen under the stand, you will likely see the plug.

Posted on May 22, 2010

  • lionhearthea May 16, 2011

    jbriner is wrong. 3 computer whiz kids in my office couldn't figure this one out. This cord is not a "standard" power cord attachment that attaches to the back of the monitor.. It has an adapter and on the end of it is a small female attachment that pluts into the part of the VGA cord that you attach to your computer. The part that has the pins that slip into the computer. This part has a hole on the top (with a pin or post in it) that you plug the end of the adapter cord into. Most computer savy people cannot believe this is where you connect it.

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