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Proview PL716s flashing on and off.

Even with no PC connected to it, this monitor just cycles back and forth from on to off and back again...

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  • Wolfensmile Jan 01, 2008

    No, the issue remains the same whether connected or not. This problem started after oer a year of use.

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