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I've been getting no power at all. Tried using a good known power cable and a different power outlet but still won't work. How can i open the panel to check the power button?

My HP vs15 Flat Panel monitor has no power. Aready swapped the cable, tried different power outlet, and still won't turn on. Nothing razy happened to my machine. I am wondering if i could open the monitor to check if the power button is the problem but i don't find the right screws to remove. What should i do? Thanks! Evi

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Hello emperez25...Sorry to hear that your LCD died on you. There are two things that normally cause this... #1..The power supply has gone out.... This would be the case if the lights on the front of the unit do not come on. You can check this with a multimeter. . #2...The inverter or the back lights are burned out. LCD displays use small tube florescent lights like the ones that are in stores and they either burn out or the inverter fails and they cease to work. This is the case if the front panel light comes on but no display can be seen unless you look VERY close. They can be repaired, but with parts and labor costs compared to the price drops of new LCD's most folks opt to upgrade....In short, get a written estimate for repair costs, if you choose to go that route. For less than 200 dollars you can get a NEW 23 inch LCD with DVI, HDMI and AGP interface with a full high definition display that supports the latest Blu-ray devices for FHD/HD true digital content.
Hope the information i have provided you is helpful...

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