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NO POWER YES, ALL PLUGGED IN. TOWER HAS POWER COMING ON BUT NO SIGNAL COMING INTO MONITOR OR KEYBOARD. NO SCREEN OR KEY BOARD ON.

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Hmm. Well, that doesn't make sense, as your monitor should power on even if isn't hooked to the tower. I'm out of ideas.

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Have you plugged both of these into the back of the tower? Ensure the keyboard is in the appropriate plug-in, and the monitor's power cord is plugged into both the wall and the monitor itself.

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