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Monitor doesn't work

My daughter moved and now her monitor doesn't work. Are we missing a power cord? We have a cord that goes from the monitor to the hard drive and from the hard drive into the wall, but no power to the monitor.

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If you look at the monitor's video cable, you should see a little pigtail coming off of it with a round connector. There is a power supply that attaches to that which in turn plugs into the wall. If you have lost it, you might be able to get one used someplace.

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