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Hp L1820 moniter not on

I left my computer on all day and came home to a black screen. I moved the mouse, not response. I pushed enter, and still nothing came on the screen. I had not choice but to push power and re-boot it, but I was surprised to find out that it still wouldn't show any signs of life (the moniter that is, the computer itself is responding) Please help this poor girl!

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    Yes, green light does come on




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Is the lights on monitor comming on to green,if light and no image monitor tube is gone.

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