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See the picture or 1 second when power on the monitor

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I can see the correct screen only when i power on the screen, for 1 second.
I can see it again after turning on and on again(For about 1 secpnd)

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This sounds eerily like what happened to me a few months ago with a 15" Omnitech monitor I got at an online auction. Unless you are a tech, or at least confident in dissassembly of your monitor and toruble shooting component problems, you may need to find someone near you to help. My problem was bad capacitors in the inverter board circuit. (Google BAD CAPS or go to badcaps.com for more info on that.) I got really lucky that two of mine actually looked bad, they had swelled up, so I replaced them and the monitor now works perfectly.

For someone who does this for a hobby or living it doesn't sound too difficult. Don't try it on your own without proper help. I hope this helps.

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