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Screen goes black.

When the monitor is first plugged in, the screen is fine. Then within 1 min. there is a white line that wipes out the screen from top to bottom and leaves a completely black screen. Whats wrong and can I fix it?

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It's a hardware defect. you can't repair that. if your monitor in under warranty you can go for repair.
or repair it through any good local vendor.

Posted on Nov 23, 2008

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