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Xerox XL592DS Flashing Colors, Nothing on Screen

Display suddenly started flashing solid colors. Red, then green, then blue, then white, etc. Nothing on the screen except a solid color (or perhaps a gradient from top to bottom. Menu does not respond, and flashing colors continue even when disconnected from my PC.

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Sorry time for a new monitor you might open it up and look at the capacitors and see if any need to be replaced the bad ones will be domed on top normal is completely flat

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