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Old 27th February 2005, 02:41 PM   #1
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Default scored a tft cheaply, but with a catch

It's a Compaq TFT 1501, and I don't have the powersupply
I can read the voltage and ampage on the backside of the screen, but
it doesn't say anything about the poliraziation of the plug (it's a simple round plug but I don't know wheather it's positive or negative in the middle.

Does anyone here have a powerbrick for a compaq tft (guess they are all pretty much the same) where you can se the polarizaiton?

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