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I have a 4 year old LG L1953T-BF monitor. It has been working perfectly since I bought it and I never made extreme uses of it.

I've been working on my PC yesterday and played video games and, all of a sudden, this morning, the monitor won't turn on.

I can't even see the led light on it. Any clues how I could fix that?

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Check the fuse in the plug (if you are in a country that has fuses in the plugs).

If it has an external power brick then use a voltmeter to test the output voltage of that.

If the fuse has gone, replace it.

If there is no power coming out of the power brick then maybe buy a replacement from the manufacturer.

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Tried with different power cables, the problem really comes from the Monitor and not from the plug. – Julien Mar 26 '11 at 17:52
    
There will probably be an internal fuse in the monitor itself that may have blown. – Majenko Mar 26 '11 at 19:14

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