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Hello we have a 19inch HP monitor that doesn't power up, even with a new cord and different outlets in the power strip.

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After connecting it to the circuit correctly> try pressing the power button that might be either on the right top or side> if the power button doesnt turn blue> the monitor has gone bad

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