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Keeps switching on and off frequently. have to press the input button on the side to get the display back

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EMachines are well known for having VERY POOR quality products. If it's turning on and off all the time, it really has to be defective, sorry. check www.mwave.com for great discounts on monitors, I buy from them all the time. Erick

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