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Monitor flashs power light for 5-10 mins before it will actually illuminate. Like an old fluorescent light with a bad "starter"...

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While the unit is attempting to "come ready", disconnect and reconnect the 7 wire blue plug. Some how or another, this disrupts the start up pattern that is failing, and the monitor comes on as normal when reconnected???

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