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Sampo Flat Screen Black unless unplug and plug back in

When I turn on my Sampo flat screen the power button light comes on (green) but no picture shows up, only black screen. There is no screen saver or "No Signal" message either. Just black. If I unplug the power cord and plug it back in then the set turns on normally. If we click on the power button to turn off it does go off but when we click on the power button to go on again we have the same condition of a green light and black screen.

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  • Anonymous May 23, 2009

    Have the same problem.Is my monitor Dead?



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    Kumbah

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Did anyone solve the problem of turning on the Sampo and it goes black?? I have 2 of them that do it now.


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I had the same problem now my monitor wont even turn on if i do that the power light just keeps blinking maybe its a sign of a dying monitor

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