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Does a bad power supply look like this?

My Mag LT776s is several years old. The display is is normal for 5 mins or so, then the screen goes black. The power button led goes from green to amber. If I power off and on I get a normal display that shuts down after a minute or two. Hit the off/on switch again and I get a 30 second display before the screen goes black. Would an overheated power supply do this? I hate to shell out $30 for a new power supply and then find out some other chip or board is faulty instead.

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I suggest that you buy a new monitor coz your current monitor is too old...there's some electric component is weaken...its better to buy new than to repair the old one..

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