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When switching on the monitor v7 it makes a eletrical arcing noise bottom right corner. has to be switch on/off around 12 times for the screen to light up regards Tony

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Sales669, You or a qualified electronics technician will need to open unit for inspection and repair. Do not use unit if you smell ozone and continue to hear noise!!!! Any one or a combination of things can be causing your symptom. Do you have any possibility of doing warranty service, or is unit to old? In fact if it were me, I would disconnect it and use a spare unit until v7 lcd is repaired. Read more of my fixya profile to see if something fits your BLACK SCREEN problem. I would guess that your power supply inside of monitor needs some work done! 12fixlouie

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