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Intermittent power-offs The TV will occasionally flash and then turn off without any input from the remote. It will often do this several times and then stop--finally staying on.

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This is the begenning of the end. Soon geen and red will go on and off and you will end up with a black screen.
Flyback transformer and a fuse along with 3 others components will have to be replace for a $600 repair cost.
This Monitor is still the best around, to you to decide what to do.

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