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Gateway EV910B Monitor

When plugged in the monitor makes a clicking sound and the light cycles from green to orange but the screen never lights up.

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Re: Gateway EV910B Monitor

It is monitor fault and you will not be able to solve it is better to show the repair personnel.

Posted on Sep 25, 2007

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