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Hanns-g 19 I know the power is good at the cord, but the green light on the monitor does not even come on. I hate to take it apart, since it still has a warranty, but I need to get something up and working. Is there a circuit breaker or fuse inside that may have popped? Thanks Ken

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Re: hanns-g 19

Yes there is a fuse iside the monitor, but you should not open this because as you said this is still under warranty. its better if you are sure that the problem is really the monitor then you need to return this to your supplier for their replacement.

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