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Power to Screen but does not come on. Wiggling

Power to Screen but does not come on. Wiggling the power cord worked for awhile. Tried new power cord and now it's worse. Can't even wiggle the screen back on. Q201wb? Suggestions?

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It sounds like there is a cold socket on the internal power input of your monitor. Have a repair technician take a look at it. It should be relativley cheap fix if that is the case.

Posted on Jun 15, 2009

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