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Prolite e481s screen turned itself off cannot get it to power up. Checked cables fine then changed electric cable still no power. it just turned itself off.

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If you're talking about a CRT that is going on "The Blink", yes this is where the name comes from. And this is becoming more and more of a problem you do indeed need a new monitor.

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