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After power outage in our area, I rebooted computer and monitor stays black screen and blue power button like keeps blinking off and on. Have unplugged and reset computer and monitor. Still will not stop blinking and have black screen.

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Your monitor have board problem.Need for repair and troubleshoot.Maybe a deffective power supply.

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