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Tic tic sound with L.E.D blinking - LG Studioworks 700S 17" CRT Monitor

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The Moniter Is Not Working.. No Fault With CPU>>>

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Back side of your monitor PC to monitor cord was not plugged properly just plugged out from the monitor replug it it will be solved

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It can be a broken monitor or a faulty video card. try replacing your video card. hope this helps

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