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Monitor gets off after some time of taking start

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    nsrmpf Oct 30, 2012

    display disappears but power indicator glows as normal, after switch off of the monitor power and restart after some minutes, it again appears for about 5 to 10 minutes. Also one mote problem is being accompanied is that a vertical 2 inch width sky color belt on right side seems leaving a vertical 2 inch column on right side as unchanged color. This sky color belt some times disappears automatically and sometimes appears automatically but it remains appeared generally.


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