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Problem on hp monitor

Hi,i have a hp pavilion f1523 monitor,the problem is that the main menu display and osd lockout keeps appearing on the the srceen for no reason,I've had the monitor for five years & never had this problem until the last 2 weeks.I've tried all the different options in the menu sections.this problem is very annoying.Can anyone give me any advice to resolve it?

I have Hp Pavilion f1503 and it does the same thing. I sure would like a solution.

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Which Switches are you talking about.

Posted on Oct 13, 2008

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The problem should be defective keypanel.Try replacing the switches .
It should solve your problem.
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Samir.

Posted on Apr 08, 2008

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