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Well a fuse is a safety feature of all electrical devices ,the only suggestion i can give is to try a different power cable, if it is a detachable one,if that don't work,

you need to take it to an electrical repairer,as it has an obvious fault ,
it is not wise to play around with monitors ((CRT)Cathode Ray Tube) type, as they can retain 10,000 volts in some parts, too dangerous to suggest you enter the case.

if it is an old CRT monitor, it will not be worth the cost of repair.as a second hand one will only cost about AU$20.

good luck
Terry

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