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I have an acer X223W monitor that's not receiving power. What can I do ?

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If you have already tried a known good power cable and a known good power outlet there isn't much else you can do. Monitors are not user serviceable and are rarely worth the money to get repaired. My advice would be to look into getting a new monitor.

Posted on Mar 21, 2011

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