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BenQ FP72E 17" LCD Monitor Problem

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the moniteur work 45 minutes, then the screen go all withe . if power switch on/off .the screen work normal for 5 minutes .......etc ?

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The video card driving the monitor or the video section of the monitor circuitry is getting bad, probably a capacitor on the board.
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Posted on May 23, 2008

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