Question about Televison & Video
Ok, I'm assuming your using this for a Television because your in the Flat Panel Television solutions. If you are using this for a monitor, you might need to check your video card drivers and your video card its self could be giving out.
Any how, if you are using this as a television, then right off I would have to say. Check your power button your remote, make sure its not sticking, also check the TV power button and make sure it is also not faulty and causing the TV to power on and off rapidly.
Next, check to see if the cables are all plugged in and secure. No lose connections, your power socket is stable and the power plug is not mid way or being kicked half out of the socket.
Now then, if these are checked and no other reason for the cause I would have to assume unfortunately your LCD is giving out.
Posted on Aug 21, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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