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Monitor takes a long time to wake up

The XP power management is set to turn the monitor off after 20 minutes of inactivity. Everything else is set to stay on. For the past month, after no activity for 3 or more hours, it takes the monitor over a minute to bring up the picture. Does anyone have any suggestion on what could be causing the? I checked the system power supply and it is working properly. Is this a sign that my monitor is starting to fell?

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