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You have a power supply issue in the monitor, most likely a 1 or more blown capacitors. If you are comfortable with electronics and soldering I should be able to talk you thru repairing your unit. If you don't want to attempt the repair we have a repair service and can do it for you.
Posted on Jun 17, 2009
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