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I have a six-monitor array. On one monitor, the power button does not work. Who can I send it to to get fixed?

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    danielle yancer Aug 04, 2010

    what do you mean it wont work the button itself is broke? or when you push it does it just flash then not come on

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Check your yellow pages for a local TV repair engineer.

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