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Constant switch between ON/OFF/source

I have a VX924 that worked well for over a year, but now it keeps switching between ON/OFF. It shows the image for like 1/4 of a second, with the indication Digital on the left bottom corner, then it switch off for 1/2 a second and then on again... like a loop. I?ve disconnected everything and connected it back again, and it did the same. I?ve also connected it to another PC with no success. I?ve read somewhere that this could be caused by the monitor?s built-in memory. It tries to decide whether or not to use the D-Sub or DVI input and gets stuck in a loop. If that?s the case and if there?s a way to bypass this switch I wouldn?t mind loosing the D-Sub input and fix it myself.

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Re: Constant switch between ON/OFF/source

Does the menu controls work on front panel?If so you can try factory reset or Recall as it is called on some monitors.

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