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Will not turn on. i have tried different outlets different cords and different computer.. it will not turn on

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There are no "user-serviceable" parts inside a LCD monitor.

So, all you can do is to take it to a qualified TV/video technician, for trouble-shooting. Or, just responsibly recycle it, and buy a new one. Some stores may give you a "trade-in" on the old one, because the LCD screen itself may be OK, i.e., the problem is in the "electronics".

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Contact any experienced service technician. Its main power regulator section has the fault. The work is a skilled one, and not a user repairable fault.

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Try a different power cord (these cords are all the same, you can use a standard computer cord)
Try a different power outlet (no surge protector, direct to wall to a known working outlet)

If it still gets no power at all the the power supply has probably gone bad and will need to be replaced.
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After you moved or turned your computer desktop it stopped turning on? When you moved it, you may have dislodged the power connections. Double check the power cord and make sure it is snuggly fit into the back of the computer and the other end into the wall outlet. If possible, try a new wall outlet.

If you are still having trouble, make sure your power supply it turned on(usually a power switch on the back of it). You can also try a different power cord if you have one available.

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Is the monitor light turning off, indicating the monitor is turning off? Or is the monitor/computer going to sleep?
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Verify the power cord is securely plugged into both the monitor and the outlet.
Try a different outlet.

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  • Verify that the power outlet you're using is good and your power cable is firmly connected to the wall outlet-if using a surge protector, be sure that it's firmly plugged into the wall outlet. Also, try temporarily plugging directly into the wall outlet to eliminate any issue with the surge protector; plug a different electronic device into the same wall socket to make sure the socket works, and also try the iMac's power cable in a different wall outlet.
  • Make sure the computer's power cable is firmly connected to the computer.
  • If any external devices are connected to your iMac, disconnect them and try to turn the computer on again. If the iMac will power up when those devices are removed, but not when they are connected, contact the manufacturer of those devices for assistance.
  • Try resetting the iMac's SMC
  • Remove and reinstall the SO-DIMM memory modules, located in the bottom of the computer.
  • Resetting the SMC for Mac Pro, Intel-based iMac, Intel-based Mac mini, or Intel-based Xserve

    1. Shut down the computer.
    2. Unplug the computer's power cord.
    3. Press and hold the power button for 5 seconds.
    4. Release the power button.
    5. Attach the computers power cable.
    6. Press the power button to turn on the computer.

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Some things to try (some may sound obvious - you might want to try them anyway)

  1. A new power cord.
  2. A different power strip (if using one)
  3. A different outlet.
If not, it probably means either the switch to power it on is broken, or your power supply is dead. Both are cheap to fix.

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My PC won't power on.


First, check all connections insid the computer. then,depending on your skill level and warranty status, you can try the following:
Remove or disconnect all accessories from the pc (Hard drive, floppy, cd/dvd roms and accessory cards) Then see if it will turn on. If yes, the replace the items one by one unrtil it fails.
If no, then you must either try a different (known good) power supply on your motherboard. (you can also see if your power supply powers a known good motherboard).
If not, the you motherboard is likey faulty.

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How old is your computer? Did you recently have a power outage or anything? Most the time if a computer won't turn on, something in it went bad OR an outlet is bad. Try this:

1. Make sure that the power switch is on, the switch in the back (on the power supply itself) is turned on, and everything along those lines is functioning.
2. If that doesn't work, and it will not power on AT ALL, make sure the cords are plugged firmly in place, including the surge protector and/or the power cord itself.
3. Try resetting the surge suppressor and/or plug the computer into a different outlet in the surge suppressor. Try other items in that surge suppressor (or even in the wall outlet, if that's what you're plugged into) to make sure that the outlet itself is working.
4. If your computer is plugged directly into a working wall or surge suppressor outlet, try a different power cord.
5. If your surge suppressor works, your wall outlet has power to it, and you are using a known-good power cord in the computer, you will have to go into more in-depth investigation as something inside the computer likely went bad. It could be the video card, motherboard, CPU fan, power button, or the power supply itself. Start by testing the video card and the power supply by (one at a time) swapping out a known-good component for the one you suspect may be bad. If it won't turn on after that, try swapping out the next and try it again. If it still will not work, it could be something more serious such as the motherboard or power button.

Good luck!

it could be a bad power supply or a bad motherboard. Other problems might cause issues, such as a bad video card.

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