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5 minute 'electrical interference' HP pavilion f1803 monitor

The monitor was recently swapped with a different one temporarily. When the reconnected monitor is first powered up there is what seems to be electrical interference (the screen shakes gently) from a nearby source (like a fan), only not as powerful. Even thought everything was put back where it was before, why would this happen? After about 5 minutes (or less), this stops. If it were true electrical interference, wouldn't it continue?

What can I try?

Does this mean the monitor is on its way out?

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