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My dell lcd monitor keeps going off after two seconds. I turn it off then on again and it goes off yet again.

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Hook another monitor to the computer and see if it goes off. If it does not then the monitor is defective and must be replaced. If the spare monitor goes off, then the problem is with the computer video output. Check the video card.

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