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The problem is most likely the power cord if this is an LCD screen. They need a specific amperage and if it is just a little off it will do exactly what it does, powers up and then shuts down. Check specifics on the back of the screen and make sure the power supply matches. I had exactly the sam problem on a monitor, I got the right power supply and fixed the problem.
Posted on Nov 28, 2008
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