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Blank screen went to turn on the p.c. this morning after a bad storm shut the power down last night. i'm not getting any response from the monitor, the green light flashes and stays on but nothing on the screen. have turned it off and let it sit but nothing. any ideas?

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Similar monitor, similar problem. I actually had to dismantle the thing and replace a transistor on the mainboard.

If you're not into soldering and such, good luck.

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