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Monitor Flashes On and Off

My Dell Monitor flashes on and off. To explain in greater detail, the screen is completely black and about every second, it flashes on for a mili-second. Any suggestions / solutions?

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    When I press the on button the image comes on for a second then it goes black, I turn it off and on again, the image comes on for a second and then it goes black again.



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If may be that the inverter board at the back of the screen may be bad and needs replacement

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