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Prolite e481s screen turned itself off cannot get it to power up. Checked cables fine then changed electric cable still no power. it just turned itself off.

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Disconnect the harddrive ide cable from the harddrive .Turn on the computer.
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Monitor screens will have color tints when any of pins of the VGA connector is damaged or bent(I assume you are using a 15 pin VGA connection :) ) Please remove the monitor connector cable and check if you have bent or damaged pin at either side of the cable.

If it does not resolves the issue, replace any devices or equipments that may have electro magnetic fields like an UPS from the premises of the monitor.

Also, you can try resetting monitor. All the monitor will have an option for reset in the Menu.

Hope this works!
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