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Hi,WHEN I power up my screen it flashes on momentarily then goes off and no power light indicator! any ideas. Black screen.

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H_ba_adams, Sorry, Retrevo .com lists this unit as "time to retire".. Your unit suffers from a bad power supply that goes into "shutdown mode" when it detects a problem with itself or another circuit! Remember this! Your "cold-cathode-fluorescent-lamp", back-lit lcd display isn't any different than any other brand in it's design and basic mode of operation!! View some lcd monitor repair videos at YOUTUBE. Then you can make decision if you will repair (DIY) or trade-in for new unit. Do reply if this was helpful and give this a rating on fixya.
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