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Apple monitor Not sure if if the monitor is worth repairing The light is flashing every few second from the bottom appears to be getting a little darker thanks

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I THINK YOUR DISPLAY COLOR PROBLEM.
DEGAUSS YOUR DISPLAY, CHANGE YOUR DISPLAY COLOR RESET IT TO DEFAULT SETTINGS.

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