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CUT OFF TO STANBY

When this monitor shut down it made a loud noise thru the speakers. This this did not happen but once or twice a day but I had to get up and turn it back on with the front power switch. Today I turned it on and it clicked 2 times (power relay) but no pic or sound. I took the front off and blew out a lot of dust. Took off the back and looked I saw no burned or exces heat signs the two ceramic resisters (15k ohm were very hot to the touch. I could see the input selections on screen like ch 13 sat vcr ect different colors. I tried unpluging ect. It seems to power up but no pic or sound from game, satellite or antenna. Then it would cut off to stanby.

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  • sandyspur Dec 24, 2007

    same problem. Worked last night. Had a power outage (tv is plugged into quality surge protector) and not today it turns on, but stays in standby mode.

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See Speargunner Oct.26,2007.................................T.

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