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L1932TQ won't turn on. Plugged it into a different comp and it still wouldn't turn on. Plugged a different monitor into my comp and that one worked fine.

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Sounds apparent that you have a problem with the capacitors in your monitor. They get hot in the small confines and can blow. They can be fixed at some computer repair shops or by you, depending on how handy you are. Check out www.ccl-la.com/badcaps.htm for some more help.

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