Question about E-Machines Computers & Internet
My emachine monitor was working a couple of days ago. My computer shut down, and when I tried to turn it back on again, there was no monitor power light and no power. The computer itself did get power, so I assume it was booting up properly. I removed the monitor from the computer. I have verified that the power cable is supplying power to the monitor, and that the connection is secure. Is there a fuse that needs to be reset on these flatscreen monitors? If not, is there anything other than opening the monitor to check for? Thanks for the responses.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Going to Sleep
Due to the power surge, it is highly possible that the monitor was given a boot by your computer on it's way out.
This will short out a very small transistor inside the monitor on the video board and in turn, then monitor cannot see that there is a signal so goes to sleep.
If you get brave enough to venture inside the screen, then check near the cable input. The transistors are only around 3mm and have 3 legs (two one side and one in the middle on the other).
If you find anything like that burnt (get a magnifying glass) then replacing the board is the easiest option. Just don't be tempted to wipe the board before you look at everything very closely, you may wipe away the tiny bit of evidence you are looking for.
Hope it helps =)
Posted on Apr 09, 2008
SOURCE: E17T4 monitor won't turn on
It could certainly be a fuse inside the monitor, although it's more likely to be an electrolytic capacitor. These kinds of repairs are possible but only by a skilled technician - with the right tools and knowledge. If your monitor is still under warranty, I recommend returning it to the manufacturer. If not, a TV or computer repair shop might be able to repair it, but it will probably be rather expensive.
The problem is probably localized in the monitor's power supply board, and a possible fix is to replace that board. If you can find another one you might be able to replace it and repair the monitor - but finding one might be difficult.
Posted on Jun 10, 2008
It's seems your Acer monitor backlight inverter are burnt out. Need to replaced a new inverter. Since is a company monitor asked your boss to get you a new one.;) Hehehe...
Posted on Oct 04, 2008
SOURCE: dell m992 crt monitor
If it's getting no signal, make sure the monitor is set for the correct input. This would be either analog (if your cord has blue ends) or digital (if the connectors are white). Depending on wt yhat your monitor is, a button on the monitor will help you set that. If it's set for the correct input signal, then switch out a different cable to see if perchance you have a bad cable out of the box. If there is another PC or laptop setting around, plug your monitor into that to make sure it's good and maybe even plug THAT monitor into yours to make sure there is nothing wrong with your video card. Let me know what transpires. If this takes care of things, please help me out by rating it accordingly.
Posted on Jan 13, 2009
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So the ex-hubby calls me with his woes - his eMachines T3124 is having problems. Seems that when he cold boots in the morning it hits the "E" splash screen and then just goes to black screen. No bios boot screen, no boot to windows. Everything sounds ok though. After a few restarts it boots ok. So, first trouble shoot is to replace the 180w Bestec power supply with a salvaged 300w Hippro from my T6420 (which was replaced with a 500w) - the one I replaced the mobo on. Works great ... for one night. Next morning I get the frantic call - now he gets nothing after the "E" splash but white wavy lines, but the computer sounds like it's running fine. Ok - ok ... think, think. First thought was maybe the onboard graphics have gone, next thought maybe the mobo is going ....
What is the next thing we do after trying a known, good power supply? Try another working montior. I had him try using a trusty older CRT monitor and Wha-Lah! After less than 3 years the E17T4 LCD monitor had failed. Most recent crisis handled. This little incident has made him realize though that he needs to burn all his picture and videos to CD. Scared him to think he could have lost them. Today's reminder? BURN your pictures and videos now! You never known when something might happen. And eMachines monitors are ****.
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