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The buttons on the front of the monitor dont seem to work.

The buttons don't work (power, menu, volume). Have to unplug to turn it off. And when you plug it back in the volume adjust is in the center of the screen for about 5 minutes then goes away.

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  • Flbound1 May 20, 2008

    I experience the same problem, only my buttons are on the bottom and not the front. I unpluged the external power supply from the power strip and pluged it directly into the wall. Problem seems to be solved.

  • Ajemy  Rashid
    Ajemy Rashid May 11, 2010

    Do you mean the screen blackout?

  • Ajemy  Rashid
    Ajemy Rashid May 11, 2010

    Do you mean the screen blackout?

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Try to check the main board of LCD.

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I cannot recommend taking it apart your self (have a tech do it)
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If it stops (which it should) replace or fix the controls)
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