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Seem to have locked the monitor in burn in mode

Monitor flashes through various colors on full screen - states it is "burn in". I cannot get it out of this mode to see computer information again.

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This problem is a failure of the control circuit of the logic section of the monitor. The control circuit has latched on this function due to failure of some component or the control itself.This problem requires you to return the unit for service at the dealer or take to service center. Hope this helps.

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