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I have just gotten the Samsung syncMasterP2570 monitor and the on button is just flashing and monitor does not come on. When I take out the Dvi or the hdmi I get the auto light flicking. I know that is to tell me I not connected the monitor to the computer that is working fine. The problem is the flashing power light not switching on or off .

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Your samsung monitor has a bad power mosfet connected to your backlight driver. Or if not you have a bad backlight or bad capacitor's. This problem is normal to samsung syncmaster monitor.

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