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Power is ok but when i connect vga cable display not come

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The monitor has faulty capacitors. Capacitors have a job to hold power long enough for your display. Faulty capacitors will only hold power for at least 2 to 8 seconds and a dead one will actually not hold power at all. The only solution is to replace the faulty capacitors. Get a computer technician to open up the monitor for you and locate the faulty, leaking, or bulged capacitors located on the circuit board where you connect the power supply. Note the polarity of the capacitors as you replace them.. (+) and (-)

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