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ProView 19'' Widescreeen LCD Monitor problems

When I turn it on the screen will turn a shade of gray like it wants to come on. Then the blue power light starts to blink and it does the old NES thing where it blinks off and on. The screen goes from pitch black to the lighter gray and the blue light goes off and on with it. What could be the problem?

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It guess it is upon the logic board is having problem.

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