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Sounds like the calibration for the touchscreen needs to be reset. If you check in the control panel, there should be a ELO shortcut that allows you to calibrate/test the touchscreen. Try running through the calibration and see if the touchscreen behavior improves. If the calibration doesn't fix it, then you may have an issue with the touchscreen itself.
The calibration is off. Go to start and then control panel. In control panel you should find an icon for ELO calibration. Click this and start the procedure. The calibration will ask for you to touch several places on the screen in little circles with bulls eyes. After this the screen should be corrrect.
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Your problem lies ion either your back light inverter or in the backlight tubes ( bulbs) which are embedded in the LCD display. The display has 4 ccf tubes inside of it that provide the backlighting. if any of these tubes are bad the backlight inverter will shut off after about 1 second. Because there are 4 of these tubes inside the screen you may not notice ( brightness wise) if 1 of them is out.
You can buy another backlight inverter( about $70.00 US) however, from my experience that would be a waste of money. Unfortunately, I think your problem probably lies in your LCD and the backlight tubes are not replaceable.
Hope this helps all who have this problem.
I spoke with ELO techsupport and they said that I have a bad backlight inverter. I am looking for replacement parts. Have you found anything? If not, would you be interested in selling your USB controller unit from your monitor? Wake