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Post Posted: Sat Jan 04, 2014 1:27 am   
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Your prices are way better than ours in AU.
Is the adapter 12 Volt for the LG.


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Cant find out where but just do some research and you might be able to find it at one of your retailers not sure what you use.
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Post Posted: Sat Jan 04, 2014 1:37 am   
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Having the power supply separate is a good idea.
As power supply's do fail after some time,
And being outside the monitor can be fixed easy.
I hate pulling monitors apart to fix dead power supply's.
I have done about 8 or 10 monitors so far that had bad power supply's.
And all are still working so far.


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KenM-64 wrote:
Having the power supply separate is a good idea.
As power supply's do fail after some time,
And being outside the monitor can be fixed easy.
I hate pulling monitors apart to fix dead power supply's.
I have done about 8 or 10 monitors so far that had bad power supply's.
And all are still working so far.


Most detachable power cable monitors use these cords

http://www.amazon.com/Prong-Power-Cord-Cable-Plug/dp/B002WQL9KA

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OH you miss-reed me again.
I am an electronics hardware repair person,
I fix Fisher & Paykel motor controller boards & help people with there problems on http://www.fixya.com/ My user name is Greg Stephen.
I don't fix bad power cables i through them away and use new one's.
Some monitors that have the switch mode power supply(adapter)outside
not internal. All monitors & computers have the IEC power cable but some plug into a separate adapter to make 12 Volts or 19 volts.
Some Laptop chargers have a three leaf clover plug for there power adapter and cable.
External power supply's are called adapters or plug packs
that reduce 100/240 AC to a lower useable DC Voltage.


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OH you miss-reed me again.
I am an electronics hardware repair person,
I fix Fisher & Paykel motor controller boards & help people with there problems on http://www.fixya.com/ My user name is Greg Stephen.
I don't fix bad power cables i through them away and use new one's.
Some monitors that have the switch mode power supply(adapter)outside
not internal. All monitors & computers have the IEC power cable but some plug into a separate adapter to make 12 Volts or 19 volts.
Some Laptop chargers have a three leaf clover plug for there power adapter and cable.
External power supply's are called adapters or plug packs
that reduce 100/240 AC to a lower useable DC Voltage.


Well thats what I mean without knowing the volts it'll be a lot harder and more expensive to know which to replace. Cables like the one I posted are pretty much dirt cheap and everyone knows what exactly it is.

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I'm sorry mate I don't want to start an argument with this,
I just wanted to help you out.
kennethk wrote:

Well thats what I mean without knowing the volts it'll be a lot harder and more expensive to know which to replace. Cables like the one I posted are pretty much dirt cheap and everyone knows what exactly it is.

Plug packs or adapters have there input & output voltages on the out side on a sticker, easy to check the DC output voltage with multimeter


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I know that I'm just saying the cable I posted is easier to find and inexpensive.
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Yeah i have lots of them cables around here,
way too many of them,
My older brother just gave me two more of them.
I will just recycle the copper from them, I got lots. Laughing


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Post Posted: Sat Jan 04, 2014 5:03 am   
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KenM-64 wrote:
Planar: has D-Sub, DVI no HDMI port.
Acer: has D-Sub, DVI does not have HDMI
LG: has all three DVI-I, D-sub, HDMI Laughing
I like LG has all three.
In Australia we can't get any of them for that price,
If i could get it for that price here i would buy it,
That is so cheap.


Generally Asus has a pretty good selection as well! HDMI, DisplayPort, Dual-link DVI-D on my monitor at least (Asus VG248QE).

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