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Sounds does not work even trying to check it over and oveR. It also flickers and light comes too fast or is to blurry.

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You may have an issue with the main board.
Flickering is a result of a malfunctioning inverter which also ties to the power supply which will not allow voltage to the sound module if built into the main board. You monitor will need service.

Posted on May 01, 2010

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