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My monitor is playing tricks on me?

post #1 of 6
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hey guys
i am having a really weird problem with my monitor...my monitor is Samsung S24A350H LED.
when i turn off the light of my room nothing happens and when i turn on the light of my room my screen goes black for one second and returns to normal.
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this is happens only when i turn on the light of my room lol
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post #2 of 6
I can't explain why but it sounds like it is a result of electrical wiring in your house. Does it occur when plugged into a different outlet? Does it occur in a different room?
post #3 of 6
power outlet and room lighting on the same breaker.
power outlet and romm lighting fixture shoudint be on the same breaker.
your screens reboot cause of the Amp drop when the circuit fills up.

solution would be to reduce line load by : one lowering stuff on circuit or two if you have room in the breaker panel to cut the load in two or three have a dedicated outlet for the pc .
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post #4 of 6
Which outlets are the monitor and lighting plugged into? Avoid putting the lighting on the same surge protector/outlet with your computer equipment.
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Maybe its a screen sensor?
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post #6 of 6
try a different high amp device on the same circuit and see if it happens again
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