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Lcd srceen moved computer today when plugging back in the lcd screen has no power to it at all. There is a wee box on the way to the lcd screen it has a little light in it that was not going either is the problem coming from there or is the lcd screen broken

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First check the wall socket, plug in a lamp or something
the transformer/power-supply unit may have failed(no little light) but since this is first connection to a different point there may be a popped breaker or fuse on the wall socket

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