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This is a backlight problem. I can still see very faint images moving when mine goes black, i.e. while watching a movie. Anyone know how resolve this backlight problem. Probably a faulty hear sensor if it has one.
Posted on Jan 23, 2009
It's heat related and possibly a backlight issue - mine only does it when the monitor has been powered on for about 2 hours. If I turn it off for an hour, I can get another 2-hour stretch out of it. Happens in self-test mode, so that's the cruncher. It's taken 2 days and many laborious hours on the phone, but Dell is sending me a replacement monitor tomorrow. There are more people with the problem here: http://en.community.dell.com/forums/t/19245356.aspx. Hope you get yours replaced too...
Posted on Dec 16, 2008
You may have a loose connection. Check your power cables and vga/dvi cables (the one that connects your computer to the monitor). Make sure everything is in tightly.
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