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Monitor failure hello thank you for your reply i have taken out the screws but still having difficulty getting into it. as the monitor is not powering up would you know if there is an internal fuse for a simple fix or does this mean its life is over! thankyou vic

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Vic,
Try to send the photo of your monitor esp view from behind and side view of may be I could provide you more help.
As for your notice no power does not meant the the fuse only blow.There might be other component shorted. Or if you have the technical background surely it will help you much.
Thank you for reply.
jemmy

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