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I need a support number to talk to someone about my 19" monitor. My mointor is indicating out of signal, but I do have internet and my computer do work, I call HP first they walked me throught rebutting my computer and now they said that it's have do do with my 19" mointor. But there is no support number to call to talk to anyone. HELP PLEASE

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Well, before you proceed with the Phone Support, please try the monitor on another computer, if it works, the problem isn't with the monitor, or if it isn't, first change the display cable.

If you need phone support, you can select the Phone Support from the FixYa home page instead of free assistance, there's another option as Premium assistance.

If you have problem, let me know.

Good luck.

Thanks for using FixYa.

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