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Dead screen on about 5 different monitor usually happens after a power outage. The monitors still have the power light but no display but if you look closely the monitor blinks like it wants to come on. I dunno.

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If there is eht in monitor then check video section of monitor.this section is placed on crt.check video amp. ic and vga cable.check incoming wires of vga cable and components related with it.And check driver transistors of rgb.if there is no eht in monitor then change horizantal output transistor that is place onhitsink of eht. big in size.Hope is will help you.i am always here for you

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