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Samsung Monitor I just brought this monitor 2 days ago and its stuck on standby mode. I am not sure how to fix the problem and I've checked connections, source input and still not working.

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Hi, Have you tried leaving it unplugged for about 30 min then switch the monitor on before you boot your comp up,
Let me know what happens ok

Posted on May 03, 2008

  • paul proctor May 03, 2008

    Hi sorry forgot to ask what model number is it

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