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Black screen The monitor keeps cutting off , like it's in sleep mode or power save mode. I can unplund it for a few secounds and it will go back to working ?

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  • Anonymous Feb 13, 2008

    monitor goes blank; disconnect monitor from computer and unplug monitor from power; reconnect power and computer and monitor work for a while; sometimes minutes, other times days.

  • Anonymous Mar 24, 2009

    my screen goes on n off

    n refuse to start ..

    even if the comp is on .. the screen goes on n off..

    ive test evrything

    with / without graphic card.

    upgrade / downgrade the systems..

    re-install comp

    n all

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I had the same problem and I found one florescent bulb which was dying. This monitor has internal protection and will shut off back light, but monitor still works just no light. You need to replace baclight bulbs.

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Faulty capacitors in the power supply will cause this to happen.
The capacitors will be sending out bad current to the controller board and give you the results you are seeing.

Take it to your local TV repair shop and get them to change the capacitors, it should not cost alot to have it done.

Hope it helps =)

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