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AS SOON AS YOU TURN ON THE MONITOR IT SHOWS NO SIGNAL ON THE SCREEN. SO THERE IS SOME POWER TO THE SCREEN OR YOU WOULD GET NO SIGN OF LIFE AT ALL AND THEN IT SHUTS THE SCREEN OFF YET THE POWER LIGHT SHOWS YELLOW INSTEAD OF GREEN

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Hi! If this is the case, the problem will surely be on the monitor cable going to the pc. If the cable is loose or faulty it will give you a no signal message. YOu will need to secure the cable of the monitor for it to work. Hope this helps and thank you for using FixYa!

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