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LG 22" FLATRON... | Answered on Jun 08, 2017

This is more likely an issue with you video card than your monitor, do all the monitors you have tested operate at the same resolution and refresh rate? It sounds like the LG monitor is running at a higher resolution and refresh rate which is causing addition load to be placed on your video card causing it to crash

LG 22" FLATRON... | Answered on May 15, 2017

Hi. I have got the same problem, and it was very easy to solve. Monitor was LG. The problem was not in the system, it was in the monitor. I just clicked the buttons on the monitor, it was on the wrong setting that divides monitor in two colors, so if it happens to you, try checking your monitor settings, mine was set to "demonstration", half was lighter than the other one, just set it to usual or user. Keep in mind the settings are on the monitor itself, not in the windows (buttons on the monitor itself) Good luck.

LG 22" FLATRON... | Answered on Feb 10, 2017

You have lost your original remote and got into this by pressing info select and the option 7 UART Download. Happened to my 95 year old aunt in assisted living. You will need the original remote and simply hit (EXIT) or another LG branded remote that has the (ROUND RETURN BUTTON) on the left. Once you accidently get in to this, I have not found a universal Zenith remote that can get you out even though Channel up/down and basic funtions work.Bud retired Bud's TV Service.

LG 22" FLATRON... | Answered on Mar 15, 2016

help what open monitor flatron l1552s ? for fix

LG 22" FLATRON... | Answered on Sep 22, 2015

this is a how to video on how to fix the video out of range error.

LG 22" FLATRON... | Answered on Mar 29, 2015

I have a LG flatron wide keeps saying Analog power saving mode and than powers off how do I reset this?

LG 22" FLATRON... | Answered on Sep 21, 2014

Several things, it could just be turned down real low but most likely it is not getting a signal from the source. What color is the light on the bottom. If it is not green you have an input signal problem.

LG 22" FLATRON... | Answered on Aug 13, 2014

try separating the wiring. Touching wires can cross-talk the signals and keep it from being normal.

LG 22" FLATRON... | Answered on Jun 22, 2014

Is it just the fonts that are blurry, or everything? If fonts only, then this almost certainly suggests that running the ClearType tuner again would solve the problem. But this applies to all displays, so if one is good and the other is not, then this isn't it.

If everything is a little blurry, then this suggests one of two problems -- the first, you report trying, which is that the display adapter is set to a different resolution than the native resolution of the LCD monitor itself. Your display adapter should probably be able to drive 2 monitors (the built-in laptop monitor and the external monitor) at once. You should be able to set their resolutions separately.

Assuming Windows XP: Start > Control Panel > Display > Settings > at which point, you should see two monitors listed in a dropdown. Set them to their native resolutions there (using the slider bar, usually all the way to the right), and save.

If you do have the display resolutions set to their native resolutions for both monitors, then it's possible that your external monitor is messed up. A quick test would be to run the on-screen settings, usually from a button on the monitor itself. If what is displayed there is sharp and what is displayed from Windows is not, then this points to a problem with the display driver. If everything, even the on-screen display is blurry, then perhaps the monitor settings are messed up -- usually there's an option to restore to factory settings -- try that.

LG 22" FLATRON... | Answered on Apr 29, 2014

Hold the MENU button for 5 seconds, the 'OSD LOCKED' will appear, to unlock, hold MENU button for 5 seconds, the 'OSD UNLOCKED' will appear. It may not work on ALL LG LCD panels.
Please post back, otherwise check the owner manual.

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LG 22" FLATRON... | Answered on Apr 26, 2014

What's going on is either a misconfiguration on your video card, your monitor settings or a cabling/connector issue. A signal is being sent to the monitor it doesn't understand. You're going to have to play with settings and if you're using an adapter in your connectors, that could be the problem too.

LG 22" FLATRON... | Answered on Mar 30, 2014

Most likely a defective power switch, this could be dangerous because it could be a fire hazard. If you need to use it be sure to unplug monitor anytime you leave your desk but the switch or other offending part should be replace or repaired as soon as possible.

LG 22" FLATRON... | Answered on Mar 18, 2014

The problem is in the inverter board, the most common problem is bad capacitors, inverter transformers, or back light issues. The power supply and inverter share the same board, attempts can be made to repair or replace the board, if a professional gets involved you are further ahead in buying new.

LG 22" FLATRON... | Answered on Feb 23, 2014

You can fix you have to follow this instruction

1-Reset the TV by unplugging its power cord for 30 seconds and plugging it back in. This is an essential troubleshooting tool as a simple reset often will resolve the great majority of technical issues experienced by any kind of TV. Power the TV on after plugging it back in and check the picture for any improvement.

2-Unscrew the coaxial cable that attaches your wall cable outlet to either the coaxial cable input on the plasma TV or to any digital cable converters you may use at home. Check the copper needle in the middle of the cable for any bending or damage and screw the cable back on the coaxial input. Again, check the picture for any improvements.

3-Secure the audio/video connection cables that attach the source device you are trying to watch to the plasma TV. This is a particularly important step if you use component cables. Component cables separate a video signal into different colors, so a damaged or loose component cable can lead to noticeable discoloration on the screen. Once the cables are secure, both in the source device and the plasma TV, check the picture again to see if this may have resolved the issue.

4-Scan your channel lineup and check the other TVs in your home to determine the scope of the problem. If you see the discoloration only on one or a few channels, and the same channels are discolored on the other TVs in your home, you may be part of a cable service outage and you will need to report the issue to your cable provider. If all the channels on the one TV have the same discoloration, and the other TVs in the home look normal, the plasma TV likely will need to be serviced for a problem with its picture components.

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LG 22" FLATRON... | Answered on Feb 19, 2014

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