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Kogi monitor will not come on.

The monitor makes a 'clicking' sound but no screen. I suspect that is the power cord/module that is bad and not the monitor itself. How can I check this out? If it is the cable where can I find a replacement?

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Try going to your local radio shack and matching the power requirements with. your current supply with the one at the store. Make sure they match

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