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The monitor turns off and on repeatedly.

It comes on and shows the picture but then turns off and comes back on and shows the picture and turns off again repeatedly. It seems to keep doing this forever. It is getting power and is connected to the computer or it wouldn't show the picture. the screen comes on when i turn it off then back on but only for a sec and when i press the source button then after about 1 sec the screen goes dark it doesnt turn off tho cuz you can barely see the picture on the screen its almost as if the LCD is not working

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