Power supplies aren't hard to come by. I could go to Recycle North to
get a couple if you tell me the number of pins they take.
In the meantime, the CRT mention could be a bit overboard (cancerous?).
The best thing you could say regarding CRTs being a pain is that
electromagnetic interference within the lab causes the screens to
refresh to different pixels between cycles therefore causing eye strain,
and that this is only affecting CRT monitors. Meanwhile there's only one
LCD monitor (unless anyone got a power connection for the one I donated
yet). In which case you can say there are additional LCD monitors but
they require parts to put into use.
Michael Evan Karpeles wrote:
> Two of our machines have defective power supplies
> and (as a result) do not turn on. Also, our lab uses CRT
> which cause eye strain and are potentially cancerous.