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My monitor is not turning on. Only blinking lights on the power switch. any suggestions?

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Possible blown diodes in the monitor circuitry ,, power supply inide could be gone too

i would by TFT panel -- these monitors are dinosours... or if you stillw ant to replace it, go here
http://search.pcrush.com/electronics/E551

Posted on Oct 15, 2010

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