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When the computer is on and the on button for the monitor is pushed it lights green briefly.. color band appears.. then light goes to yellow and nothing appears on the screen. I have tried turning everything off and unplugging it but it doesnt help

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  • joe problem Dec 28, 2007

    Mine is doing the same thing. I have the 19" monitor. Any solutions???

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I had a somewhat similar problem. Mine was still under warranty. bad news is that x2gens parent company just filed for chapter 11. which is why their RMA website is unresponsive. I bought mine through a 3rd party retailer who refunded the entire purchase price of the monitor. HELL YEAH! Good luck unloading all ur x2gen stuff when it craps out cuz all warranties are essentially useless now.

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