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Monitor, "no signal"

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I just bought a asus about :30 minutes ago from best buy. The lady said it was top of the line. I get it home and I plugged it in to a 3 yr. old Westinghouse monitor and get "no signal" so I pressed the source key. It didn't look like it did anything. I then hooked it up to an older Magnavox t.v./monitor. The same happened, "no signal" then I tried to change the source on that, and it looked like it was flipping through sources at least, something that the Westinghouse monitor did not do. Then I opened a brand new monitor cable and gave it the go around. Same thing, "no signal" What could be the problem?
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The best thing is to take it back to Best Buy for a test. Since it's new, you shouldn't have to troubleshoot things right off the bat.
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