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Power of the Monitor keeps going out.

My Monitor just went out and when i pressed the power button it keeps just shutting off again, the green light is still on but the picture wont stay on..

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  • biggmacklyon Jan 17, 2009

    Well i tried that and still nothing, i grabbed my mom monitor and it works fine. would it be that it blew?

  • Anonymous Apr 03, 2009

    Monitor going black after 2 seconds


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You need to look inside your pc and check and see if the video card is plugged in tight. Sometimes if it is loose, and it isnt connected, and causes the monitor to not show any picture, but still has power.

Posted on Jan 16, 2009

  • tiffaniross
    tiffaniross Jan 17, 2009

    It could be a faulty monitor, possibly something lose on the inside. Is it a new one? or an old one?
    If it is under a year old, most manufactures carry a warranty on them.


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