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Monitor screen is blinking.

My monitor screen is blinking. sometimes it stays for 10-15 minutes and then screen is gone and indicator starts blinking. how can i solve this problem? Please help.

It's a Samsung 14" monitor 1999 model.

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  • ravelonii Apr 15, 2009

    where can i find the fuse? i can open the monitor cover but don't know anything about inside parts

  • ravelonii Apr 15, 2009

    Where can i find the fuse? I can open the monitor cover but don't know about inside parts.

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Check the fuse first

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