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My monitor keeps turning off if i press the power button around 50 times it sumtimes stays on

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I have had the same problem with some of the monitors in my offices. Usually if I unplug the power cord for about 10 seconds and plug it back it it seems to reset it and it doesn't do it for a while. But it is usually a good sign that it has seen its days.

Hope this helps.

Posted on Apr 24, 2009

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