Other users may have an actual p/s to supply specs, but HP is very good in such respects. Just visit HP support and look for a replacement p/s and then review the specs and thus get either an actual HP replacement(order one) plus know the part#, or ebay for one with that info. Its important to know the voltage PLUS the amps it takes to work your LCD monitor, should a generic p/s be available.
I purchased a Hp Pavillion f1703 flat screen monitor from a thrift store and it came without a power supply. What kind of power supply can I use for that kind of monitor?
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