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Power cord touched another cord and fried monitor

Hi, my boyfried says he was unplugging the cords from the computer and monitor to move it and the chrome part of the monitors cord accidentally touched the chrome part of another wires tip and he heard a zapping sound and now the monitor wont turn on. it sounds crazy that this small mistake could have fried the monitor. is this possible?

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