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I have a Samsung Syncmaster 932B which after several hours of use will black out. Powering the monitor off and on again will restore the display for up to one minute before it will black out again. Unplugging the unit for 15 min to 1 hr will usually resolve the problem for several hours after which it will do the same thing. Any ideas or suggestions welcome.

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It can be cold solder joints in the power supply/inverter board, tha will be the first palce to look, also look for bad caps.

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Please post back what you find.

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