When i plug this monitor into power source the green power light will come on the blink repeatedly like it reboots itself. Have tested atleast 10 different cables, different power outlets (which match the power rating on the monitor.) nothing has any different results all of them just bring me back to the blinking light.
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Re: L1902 19" lcd monitor power problem?
I see! i think the problem is that your monitor is not compatible with your CPU's setting. try to turn your PC in safe mode that way you may be able to set your display appropriately according to your LCD.
I have the same problem once.
to start your PC in safe mode. just after the POST diagnostics and memory count, start pressing the F8 key. once your in try to adjust the resolution of your screen.
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Try to shutdown the pc, then unplug the monitor from the power source, leave it unplugged for about 30 seconds, then plug it back, power it on and power on the pc.
If you can, try the monitor with another pc. If it works, it's a video card problem. If it doesn't work, it's the monitor proble. If you have another monitor, you can try it with you pc to solve every doubt, if it works then the monitor is dead.
when the green light is flashing it means it's not getting a signal from the computer..
1. try toggling through available sources with the source button on the monitor.
2.check all cables leading from the pc to the monitor.
Disconnect the display from the Computer and remove its power plug. While the display is turned off, press and hold the power button for 30 seconds. After two minutes connect the power cord and the display cord to the Computer and the power source and turn it ON.
If the power indicator on the display keeps blinking, then it's required to open it up to repair it.
Is there another monitor input on the back of you computer? Sometimes this happens when your graphics card is not compatible so it is best to try another one. If you have another one plug it in there first. If you don't try the monitor on a friends computer. If it still does the same thing, it may be a manufacturer defect and may need repair.
Hello, Your monitor has a bad power supply board. This happens often on LCD monitors because of the heat buildup in them. If you can solder them go to our web site at: www.ccl-la.com/badcaps.htm We have a step by step dis-assembly and repair guide for your monitor. There are several versions of the E173FP some end in b , f, or c so be sure to check your monitor.
Yeah, I called Dell yesterday, and they said it was a problem that I could not fix myself. Whether that's true or not, I don't know, but my monitor was still under warranty, so they shipped me a replacement right away. I already got it this morning.
I had the same problem with an AOPEN 17' lcd that was left behind at a rental property... I plugged it into my dell dimmension 4400 in place of my old analog. It worked fine the fist night, and got up and when turned it on again it had the famed green blinking power light. I switched back to the analog, and just disappointed I plugged in the AOPEN to another power source, and power came on a steady red light. I plugged it back into the puta and it came on again. I have not turned the monitor off again for fear of the blinks, and has been working great for close to a week now. Hope it helps someone else out there. Richard
Bad power supply. The light is green when it is not plugged into the monitor because there is no load on the power supply. When you plug it in the monitor tries to draw current, nothing the PSU can handle now, so the light blinks. The PSU can not provide the amps that the monitor needs.
Get a new power supply, you can find them on ebay. Just make sure the voltage and amps match. It is ok to buy a power supply with a higher amp rating, the monitor will only take what it needs. Also make sure the power plug that plugs into your monitor matches.