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LCD Black, power light on

Turned on the system today, and the LCD remains black, even though the power light is on, and idicates a signal from the PC. Tried on another source, and no source, and result is same: aparently dead LCD. Repairable? Cornea Systems seems to be out of business; where are parts available? I'm in Colorado. Thanks.

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