My monitor is flickering
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Assuming you are one of few people in the world that still uses a CRT monitor.  Remove any electronic devices away from the monitor, fans, electric staplers, lamps.  Also, change the refresh rate of your monitor.
XBedoyaAuthor Commented:

Well I don't have any electronic device near. This is a Dell E151 Fib and actually flickers when I turn the computer on after a few hours of no operation. First goes black screen w/ flicker and does not turn off I have to un-plug the cord and plug it back for the image to appear. I tried to find the refresh rate but couldn't.
Ok, it's an LCD, works fine for about an hour, then drops out.  More than likely a heating issue, the monitor will need to be serviced or replaced. The fact that you have to remove the power cord means that there are circuit board issues.

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XBedoyaAuthor Commented:
Okay, I will take it for service and see what they recommend.

Thank you,
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