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Monitor will not turn on at all

My monitor was working fine most of yesterday. Usually when I'm not using my pc I turn the monitor off and when I want to use it I just turn it on. Well last night I went to turn it on and it wouldnt. No light at all. No noise. I turned restarted my computer. Still wouldn't turn on. I checked all the plugs. They were all plugged in. I unplugged and replugged all plugs. Still no turning on. Then I went online searching for an answer. Someone suggested rebooting my computer and while it was booting to click F8. This did not work. Help?

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  • bill_peveto Dec 12, 2008

    My monitor won't turn on either ! it's a HP vs17e manufactured in 2006...are these junk OR is there a simple fix for it ???

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What is your monitor brand, size, and LCD or CRT?

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May be the crt tube inside your monitor s got crashed.. just check it once

Posted on Feb 20, 2008

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