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Starlogic monitor I moved and went to hook my computer back up and the monitor comes on for about 2 seconds and then turns off. If you turn it off and back on again it comes on and repeats the same issue. I bought a new cable and the problem still exists. I packed it very carefully?

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Sorry, this is a little late, but I have the exact same problem... The problem for me was in the power supply, it would over heat. The trick was though, that if it overheated while the monitor was running normally there would be no problem, but as soon as it went into sleep mode it would do the exact same thing. I unplugged the power supply and let it cool off for about 15 minutes. Truth be told, Starlogic is a terrible company to buy anything from because the products are so crappy. Almost all the power supplies from the Starlogic monitors I've bought have been bad and done the same thing.. So just let it cool off.

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I been working on lcds for some time and what I find is caps in power supply dry out over time. If you can open case and see if cap pop out at the top of it. thats your problem...cybrg0000

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