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I've had my 30" cinema display now for about 4 years. For the past month it's been behaving this way.



I took my MacPro into the Apple store and everything was fine. I then took my 30" display into the Apple store and it checked out okay. Yet when I get everything home I get this. I removed all peripheral objects from my desktop and it still happens.

I hooked up my 30" display to my MacBook pro, and it exhibits the same behavior.

Any suggestions?
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Sorry, but to me it looks like it's on the way out.
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Sorry, but to me it looks like it's on the way out.
You know I think you are probably right.

Now I have to figure out what I replace it with.
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How much did you pay for this one?
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How much did you pay for this one?
Two grand, four pluse years ago.
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Oooh, Ouch. Even 4 years ago. Maybe there's some sort of a replacement part for it, Cause this isn't your typical throw away monitor.
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