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Your monitor is probably shuttin off once something is heating up enough to cause the safety relay in its power supply board to shut it off. I find that once a monitor goes, just toss it, it isn't cost effective to try and have it repaired the
cost will exceed the cost of a new monitor
I contacted ViewSonic and they agreed to fix the problem as a warranty repair. Evidentially they're experiencing the same issue on many of these monitors. I had to pay for shipping to their Walnut, CA facility, they'll fix it and pay return shipping. Since it is considered a warranty repair, I think they should've paid for a round trip ticket. I don't want to sound like a cheapskate but it is a warranty repair and the shipping charge was $98.00. Ouch! Cheaper than a new monitor I spose, so I'm thankful for that. So those of you with this problem might consider contacting ViewSonic to see if they will repair this on a recall "like" basis if your warranty is up. If it isn't up yet, by all means send it back to them and make them fix it!