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Monitor in on/off loop. If hold select button down you can see the PC is diplaying but monitor keep going off then on. Also can hear the relay clicking in the monitor.

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That is a bad one. Sounds like you need a new relay. I know that is no help. Check the power cord, (believe it or not, they can have too little power going through if they get damaged or weakened by something). Check CLOSELY the video cable to computer connections. touch the ends and nearby cable ends while observing monitor to see if it flickers at the same rate of your movements. Try another monitor to see if it does the same thing. I can't help with much else on this. Good luck

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