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    LCD power question

    Is there a way I can power my LCD in my house? The reason I ask is that I need to tweak some windows settings and it's VERY HOT outside..so, I would rather do it in my house. So, anyhow...I think a wall outlet in my house is too much voltage for the LCD. What can I do to power this thing up?

    Brian

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    You'd have to either buy or build a power supply that's going to convert your 120V AC to 12V DC. You can find stuff like that at Radio Shack.

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    What is the voltage (or voltage range) that your LCD requires? And how about amps? Tell me this and I can tell you EXACTLY what you need at the shack!

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    I actually figured it out. I just hooked it up to one of my extra molex connectors in my comp. Worked great. Thanks anyways though.

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