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Monitor pulses and resets the screen on a regular basis

My iiyama 19 monitor has been pulsing the screen, reseting as it does with the same material. This is getting to be a frequent occurance. Help would be appriciated.

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OJ I am fairly sure that the Power Supply is failing, try replacing ALL Electrolytic Capacitors in the Power Supply section that often "Fixes" any problems. Oh use Higer Temperature and quality ones, when doing it..

Posted on Jul 15, 2007

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