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My monitor blacks-out after 2 seconds. I have to keep turning it off and on every couple of seconds just to see the what's displayed on the screen. Can it be repaired? If so, how much do you think it will cost to be repaired? Thanks, Steve

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Check your power saver settings first

Start - Control Panel - Power

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