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My ViewSonic VX924 flashes the green power light off and on when I try to turn it back on after it has been off for a while. I can get it to work again by disconnecting the power in the back then reconnecting. Ideas?

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I had several monitors do this. They start blinking on and off for a while until they warm up. It takes longer and longer for them to warm up, then eventually they never stay on and blink forever. In my experience, it has been the capacitors on the power circuit. You can fix it with a little soldering and about $1 worth of capacitors. For photos and a guide, look here: Fix an LCD Monitor

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Occasionally this will not work for me, but if I repeat it it normally works

Hope this helps - my problem is intermitant so it may be different to what u guys have

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