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Monitor will not come on after power failure

Everything else on the computer is fine. The monitor will not come on. I did try it on another computer and i get the same result. I temporarily put in An IBM 15" to keep me going and that is working fine.
Is my 17" monitor kaput??
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Paul

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Most probably your monitor broke down during the power failure due to current surge!

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