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HP MX 75 CRT monitor just quit working. No light on the on button.

My monitor just quit working onemorning when I moved my mouse. My cord is good. No display whatsoever. I can hear a click when the cord is connected and disconnected. No power light though. The switch seems to have no power coming to it. It is four years old. It is awfully coincidental that it just decided to quit working. I am fair at schematics, etc. but cannot find anything on my monitor, even troubleshooting it. It has not been abused or anything of the sort. My son had the exact same thing and his did the exact same thing exact instead of just turning it on one morning, he turned off a breaker switch and then back on not knowing it affected his monitor. Everyone says throw it away, but it is a good monitor. I love it, however now it is not working. any help or advice? I have been told it is repairable, but the cost is too high for a repairman to do it and he also advised to throw it away and get an locd flat screen and update. I really didn't want to at this time. Please help. Anyone!

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...strictly as, at at best. a long shot: according to a post I just read somewhere online about this HP MX 75, pressing AND HOLDING the + button on the monitor front and at the same time turning the monitor on and off repeatedly, may fix problems with this monitor.

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