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Not much to go on as far as a symptom but I'll see what I can do.
Check the cable connections for your monitor including the power cable and monitor cable. If either one came loose, it would result in your not getting an image on the monitor. Make sure the connections are secure. Also, you may have accidentally hit the power button on the monitor. Try pressing the power button to see if it'll turn on.
If it isn't one of these issues (and believe me, everyone has this sort of thing happen to them at least once in their life), it could be something more serious, such as a bad video card. If it's an old CRT monitor, the main picture tube may have finally given out. If the latter is the case, you'll have to find a way to safely dispose of the CRT monitor since they can be dangerous (never open one up...even unplugged, CRT monitors contain enough juice to knock you across the room).
I've had to make a number of assumptions due to lack of information. If none of the above is helpful, post back more details about your problem and we can go from there. Thanks and good luck.
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