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Monitor started with momentary blackouts 1-2 months ago, happening 1-3 times a day. Suddenly the blackout became longer and I had to turn off power to regain image. Then blackout became (almost) permanent. After 3 days I tried again and got image for a second and then blackout. I use PackardBell desktop and WinXPhome OS. Monitor is ca 6 months old.

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