Question about Hitachi CM772 19 in.CRT Conventional Monitor
Hello there, I have a Hitachi CM776ET CRT Display. Since a week ago it started giving me trouble bending the image to the right and shifting it a little. The magnitude changed over time, so is was impossible to correct. Yesterday we experienced some brief power outages/surges/who-knows that made my lights blink and my computer shut down. I turned it on again, but the display won't. The display's orange LED would lit and there's a faint hum (like CRTs do), but absolutely no image (not even the message window that appears briefly when unconnected) and no degauss bang sound. When switching it off, there would be some untypical TV-off sound and the orange LED would quickly fade out. (normally it would take a little more time for it to fade out if the display is at stand-by after PC shut down.) I opened up the monitor, cleaned the (not too much) dust with an air-compressor and tested the fuse that I saw near the power plug with a multimeter device while still in place (was too deep inside) - It seemed fine, but the display is still dead. An alternate monitor *does* work with the PC. Thanks in advance, MK
1. Make sure the monitor cable is fully plugged into the computer. 2. If the new monitor works fine, The connection between the previous monitor and the PC was bad. Reconnect the original monitor to the PC and make sure that the connection is snug. Tighten down the video connectors until they are snug. Try again. good luck..
Posted on Jan 09, 2006
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