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Monitor is shutting off and no signal appearing on monitor .

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Sounds like the power supply might be bad on your monitor.

Posted on Sep 24, 2008

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You need to determine if you is turning off or going into standby mode. When your monitor shuts off, the power light will turn orange if it is in standby or the light will turn completely off if the monitor turns off. If your monitor goes to standby, that means that your monitor is losing signal which indicates a problem with your PC. #1 Make sure cable is firmly secured and both screws are tight #2 Check your video card make sure that it is firmly in its slot. Take it out and put it back in. *as long as your computer is open give it a good cleaning with compressed air* If those things check out it is possible that your video card has failed and needs to be replaced.
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Here are some basic trouble shooting tips for new monitors: The picture does not appear
Check to make sure the signal cable is firmly connected in the socket. 
Check to see if the computer system's power is ON. 
Check that the Brightness Control is at the appropriate position, not at the minimum. 
The Screen is not synchronized
Check to make sure the signal cable is firmly connected in the socket. 
Check that the output level matches the input level of your computer. 
Make sure the signal timing of the computer system is within the specification of the monitor. 
The position of the screen is not in the center
Adjust the H-Size, H-Phase or V-Size, V-Center controls. 
Check if the signal timing of the computer system is within the specification of the monitor. 
The screen is too bright or too dark
Check if the Brightness or contrast control is at the appropriate position, not at the maximum or minimum. 
Check if the specified voltage is applied 
Check if the signal timing of the computer system is within the specification of the monitor. 
Especially, check the horizontal frequency. 
The screen is shaking
Move all objects that emit a magnetic field, such as a motor or transformer, away from the monitor. 
Check if the specified voltage is applied. 
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The lcd monitor does not have a picture and will not shut off when it has power.


§ Turn Off the Monitor.
§ Unplug all the Cables from the back of the Monitor.
§ After unplugging all the Cables press and Hold the Power Button at the Front of the Monitor for 20 Seconds.
§ Plug all the cables back.
§ Turn it on.
§ See if you get the Picture on the Monitor.
§ if you don’t get any Picture then.
§ Unplug the Cable which is connected at the Back of the CPU.
§ If you get the Message "No Input Signal” or "Check Video Signal" it means that Your Monitor is Fine.
§ Try doing the Factory Default settings from the menu Buttons at the Front of the Monitor.
§ If you don’t get any Message then it means you Monitor has Gone Bad and Needs to be replaced.

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No picture on 215tw monitor. appears briefly on start-up then goes


when you say appears briefly is it shutting off cause its not getting a signal. have you tested the video card with another monitor to ensure there is a signal. also make sure all the pins are on the connector and none are broke off. also check the settings in the menu on the monitor if you can if you cant and it still goes out. then unit may have a bad pcb or ic board. and youd have to test them to figure out which board was bad.

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