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All i get is the green light flashing

When i plug the screen in,all i get is the green light flashing on and off if i lev on with computer running on it for like 3-4hours it will start up up but soon as i unplug it will go back to the green flashing light then have to wait for like anthor 3-4hours before scrren starts again but all works fine when it's on. Anyone know what the problem is plz post
Thanks Alot Gav

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  • gavs2 Apr 30, 2010

    Thanks for the help but it is the Relisys LCD TV/Monitor RLT1720 it self in when i put dvd on it i still having flashing green light till it warms up
    the runs fine till u turn it off then have to wait another 3-4hours for it to turn back on

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Be patient and switch on again when its all up and running try doing a system restore back to the time it was working properly.
hope this helps

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