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Won/t turn on

When i turn on the monitor it says power saver mode,

then when i try to turn on the brain of the computer no power at all...
it turned on by miracle .....then when you turn off the power button ..and try to turn it back on it is dull again

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Make sure all the cables are plug in tightly from the back of the monitor going to the PCU or your tower, try using or plugging power cable to different power source as well... Thanks for using fixya!!

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