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I plugged the wrong voltage cord into the monitor, and now the correct cord doesn't work. Can it be fixed?

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You may have shorted out the AC plug. You'll need to test it for continuity by using a voltmeter.

If it is shorted out, then you'll need to have the plug replaced.

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