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Flashing Red, Green White & Blue

I have an Acer LC1715 lcd Monitor which on standby keeps flashing between red, green, white and blue colours accross the whole of the sceen. You cannot even power it off by the power switch you have to take out the power cord to stop it.

Any ideas to get round the problem.

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  • jambala Mar 23, 2009

    Same for me. I have 3 out of 17 acer monitors doing this now (I work in a school; we have a computer suite). What's going on?

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