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Power Button Broken?

I have a Dell 1907FP Flat Panel Monitor. The Power button does not click and seems wobbly. It does not turn on power. It seems to be mechanically broken. Help

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Yes, I think your right, if it is under warranty send it back to Dell for repair, I had the same issue about a year ago.

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