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Blinking white lite won't really power up monitor says no signal and the fans start slowly then gradually increase. we had taken the side off to clean out the dust and dog hair and when we put it back together this happened

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Clean your memory card. its edge connector with soft eraser both side. Do this after you power off the unit and unplug to wall socket. Take out the memory and do the cleaning.

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