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I have starlogic 17' monitor it just stopped working no power at all no lights ,,,nothing

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Check the power cord, make sure it is firmly connected to the mains outlet and in the monitor. The power cord maybe faulty. try a different power cord,
If this doesn't work then the fault is in the monitor, most likely the power supply circuit.
I don't know this make and model, but it may have a blown fuse. If you are not an electronic savy person, I would advise you NOT to try to fix this problem, as there dangerous voltages in the monitor.
The cost of a repair maybe too high, I suggest you put your money towards a new LCD monitor.

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