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After shutting computer down and powering up, computer powered on, but monitor did not. I think it's the power supply, as the little green light doesn't come on. Where can I buy a power supply?

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Hi the power supply is integrated into your monitor hence you cannot buy it as aseparate component . Get it repaired by service tech guy.If you have knowledge about electronics then I can guide you to repair it.

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