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My X-2gen monitor turns white upon startup.

Hi, my monitor turns white upon startup.

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You may have failed T-CON board (part of the LCD panel), bad connection on the ribbon cable between the LCD panel and the logic board, no 5vdc feeding the T-CON board. Need to do soem checking.
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