Question about Liquid Video Computers & Internet
The monitor cycles on and off uncontrollably.
Check the power cables and make sure about power fluctuation issues on your eletric system. the power cable may be loose of cut from inside-out. if it's a malcontact issue, try to use something to keep the power cable in place. duct-tape may help. that's the solution i can give you by your description. try to solve this as fast as you can, since this power-on and power-off cycles reduce considerably the monitor's lifespan.
Posted on Feb 06, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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