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Hello, my screen turns on for 1 second and then turns really dark. the screen stays on but can hardly see anything. i have a syncmaster T240

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I believe the power led button is still on while the screen goes black, if yes, it means the picture board of your monitor is bad that is why it appears for a second and goes black after that

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