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Picture ok for a few minutes then go blank

Computer image can be seen for a few minutes then the monitor goes blank, unplug power and plug back in and same again for a few minutes.

I have two monitors doing exactly the same.
Numbers are
CN-ON1532-46633-45N-O8RT
and
CN-ON1532-46633-45N-OVDT

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It's not the monitor it's your video card replace it

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it is your monitor inside problem, you need to know follow issue:
1) inverter board some where the component got less connection
like MOSFET drive or capacitor swelling need to resoldering or change.
2) the back light lamps worn that most cause this symptom, need check or adjust inverter driver to match them work well
3) DC power supply filter capacitor swelling should be this problem, check and fix it.
hope help you something do well, please feedback any question any time,
pleaae take a rating let me know how much helped you thanks!

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