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On most lcd monitors the cost of the screen is usually close to the cost of the whole monitor, my feeling is if your monitor is under warranty then they will send you another monitor. If not then your going to need to search on Ebay, Google etc to see if you can find a damaged monitor with a good screen and have it cost less then the cost of a new one.
PLUG IN CHARGER AND SEE IF IT STARTS TO CHARGE IF IT DUSE NOT GET NEW CHARGER IF IT DUSE START TO CHARGE TRY TO TURN ON AS IT IS CHAGRIN IT SHOULD COM ON MAKE SHORE THAT THE BATTERY IS HOLDING A CHARGE