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8500 Monitor Issue

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I recently moved and i guess during the move something happened to the monitor it wont power on now. It wasnt dropped or rattled at all its very weird worked perfectly before. Any suggestions i could try?

It is a Apple Media monitor i believe 17" with the speakers attached at the bottom.
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