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I saw it but nothing comes up on Google with that code, is it a monitor?
Thanks, ***** ***** is it?
Fairly old, is it connected to a PC or laptop?
Not really, you could try pushing the power button for 30 seconds as well as leaving it unplugged for 30 minutes but it should work without doing that.Can you do something else, press the power button on the actual computer for 6 seconds while you think it's on (not while it's off) so it shuts down completely, then power it back on and tell me exactly what the screen does, if it shows any logos and what the lights do (flicker and color).Thanks
Sounds like you have a bad capacitor, you could send it in for repair and it would work well again
It's probably cheaper to get another monitor than getting it fixed but if you're confident with a soldering iron you could fix it for a few bucks
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