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Monitor wont stay on

The monitor will reboot but wont stay on.

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With such a vague question without much detail.
I will offer the following:

1. Older monitor now over heating and tripping the built in thermostat.
Do not use! Replace as soon as possible. Fire hazard.

2. New monitor, Defective take it back immediately.
Could be a fire hazard.

3. Most people do not realize how much the power in their home fluctuates. Try plugging the monitor and PC into a UPS unit.
Uninterruptible power supply. This will do two things, provide a stable current and protect your equipment from electrical spikes and brown outs. If it is the current in your home, the monitor should stop rebooting.

4. last check the plug and make sure the cable and plug is in good shape. Bent prongs in the outlet can cause a short and cause the monitor to reboot.

Good luck!

Posted on Oct 04, 2009

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