Q: Power outage

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My truck is completely dead, none of the lights come on and it won't start. It was running perfectly fine the day before. The battery was replaced like a month ago. I did try to jump start it, I later hooked up a battery tester to it and it checked out as good. Right now it is sitting in my garage dead and I can't get it to a mechanic.

My car has 107000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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