MY MONITOR QUIT AND WONT COME BACK ON IT TRYS THE LIGHT LITES UP AND THEN GOES OUT. ITS NOT THAT OLD JUST GOT IT LESS THEN A YEAR AGO..CAN YOU TELL ME IF THERE IS A RESET BUTTON OR SOMETHING I CAN DO TO GE IT FIXED...
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Re: 22" ACER MONITOR QUIT
Well...what you need it a new backlight inverter. Your old one it's busted. If you got less than a year... you've got 3 yrs warranty on parts. Contact Acer asked them to send you a new inverter... Have a nice day!
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It's probally the inverter board that drives the backlight in your monitor is failing causing the digital board to reset. I think Acer has a 3 yr warranty. If the monitor is less than 3 years, I would call them and ask them to repair it. They will fix it for free if it less than 3 yrs old, it will only cost to you is shipping it to TX. Hope this helps.
A flashing power light like that indicated a blown power supply. Your monitor should be under warranty with Samsung. Check the mfg date on the back sticker, if it is less than 3 years then contact Samsung. If it is out of warranty then contact us at email@example.com and we can get you the info you need to do the repair yourself.
If you can splice wires, this will fix it. First beat the old Acer power supply to death. (God, that felt good) Then cut the wire off the old brick and splice it onto a laptop power supply that's rated at 18 or 19 volts @ more than 4 amps. Dell uses them and I used one from an HP dv2000 that cooked itself to death. The Monitor runs on less than 3 amps and is quite happy at 18 or 19 volts. By the way, the white wire is positive and the black wire is negative. Don't worry about those four pins on the plug. If you look on the case of the old brick, you'll see that the pinout is quite simple - 1 and 2 are positive, 3 and 4 are negative.