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iMac - screen dosent go black


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My iMac screen would go black after 10 mins. or so. Suddenly my machine dose not do this anymore. Haven't really changed anything that would switch up the configuration.
I run Awaken at night, so my screen staying bright bothers me.
Any tips?

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