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Monitor Does not Work properly anymore

Thanks ahead of time for reading this. My monitor is less than a year old. I recently moved and had it shipped to my new address. The monitor worked before i moved without any problems of any kind.
However, when i got it here and finally got a chance to get it set up, the monitor itself will not turn on correctly. The monitor started to whir and click as if turning on and off. But now it will not even do that. The power cord works (i tested it with my tower, exchanging the two back and forth to check if it mattered but it did not seem to), but the monitor itself will do nothing.

My question basically is, is there anything that i can do myself to get this working. I cannot afford to purchase a new monitor and i cannot pay for repair fees. Please help me if you can.

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The monitor was damage during shipment! On the monitor’s main circuit board, look for cracks, cold solder joints, especially around the big transformer (Flyback), Check the horizontal output transistor.

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lets not say , the monitor , is ok, and its funny INANE sleep timer is shut off.

what next, well the PC is next.
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