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I have a westinghouse monitor and the screen flickers.

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Ty, two causes. One, there is a loose connection. Two, there could be some strong electrcal inpulses being produced close by. Like a TV or a big speaker or some such thing. Even a UPS too close to the monitor could do it. So, now you know what to do.

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