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Could the power cable be loose at the back/bottom of the monitor? I'm assuming that you've checked the connection at the wall or surge supressor. And some monitor power cables have a converter "brick" in the middle of the cable - and the cable from the wall may be detachable from the brick. If your monitor power cable is like this, check the connection on the "brick" as well.
Posted on Feb 28, 2008
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