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Screen in color pattern when off

After a physical move the monitor screen no longer goes to black when turned off but instead cycles from all red to all blue to all green. This is very annoying.

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Re: screen in color pattern when off - Kogi l7eh-ta ko 17" Flat Panel LCD Monitor Computer Monitors

Check your signal cable

Posted on Jan 21, 2008

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We have an Acer AL1715 monitor which started having this problem after a power surge. It was the only piece of equipment affected by the surge. I searched for an answer when it happened but got nowhere. I contacted Acer about this and they told me I would have to bring it to a tech to be looked at. Decided on a whim today to try Googling again and found this website and Q&As.

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