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Monitors work well for a while then have trouble booting up

Initially, could un plug power cord, then plug it back in and the monitor would come up just fine. Over time had to do this routine 2,3 or 4 times to get it to come back on. Finally, it just doesn't come back on at all.

I have two monitors of this type and have had the same problem with both of them. They are used as a 2nd monitor in my set-up. My #1 monitor works just fine.

Any ideas?

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It is a symptom that like T.V's usually manifest before they go busted. I also had that kind of problem before. Then after 4 to 5 months, my monitor just has a black screen. It powers on, but still a black screen.

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