Question about GVision J7PH 17.1 in. Flat Panel LCD Monitor
I have a j7ph-ta 17.1 Touch Screen I bought for $10 because when you hook it up it will come on full and clear for two seconds, beep then turn black. The green light is indicating that it is on and has a signal is still on. If you turn it off and then back on then it will do the same thing again.
I have tried:
Changing resolution down to 800x600
Changing the refresh rate in windows
Several computers; all the same reaction
Installing drivers for the touch function while
So I don't know where else to start with the troubleshooting. Any ideas?
What is the make and model and type of the monitor? Is it an LCD type, an LED type, or a CRT (cathode ray tube) type, which looks like an old picture tube?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
First change the referesh rate for your monitor. If that works, then you dont have to change the resolution. If that does not work, try increasing the rate again. Once you can get the game, then try to change the resolution from within the game options, if necessary..
Posted on May 27, 2008
SOURCE: Many screens on one monitor!
Your monitor is malfunctioning and requires servicing. Unfortunately there is no software solution, and no monitor adjustment buttons will control this problem. Due to the high cost of replacement parts and service technicians, it may be more cost effective to buy a new LCD monitor. Sorry to be the bearer of bad news :(
Posted on Jun 10, 2008
The case is a PITA to pop apart, I use plastic Guitar pics to release the latches to separate the case, this works VERY well and doesn't mar the plastic on the case seam. Patience, and don't use excessive force...
Replacing the 6 Caps fixed my monitor..
Before you start, pay close attention to the orientation of the connecting Cable between boards, it's NOT Keyed. Mine had White Bands on the connectors that faced the Chassis when the Board was mounted.
There seems to be different versions of Bords depending upon production dates.
Some of these Monitors do have:
(1) 470 uf @ 10V
(3) 470 uf @ 25V
(2) 1000 uf @10V
I replaced them with:
(4) Radio Shack 272-1030 470 uf @ 35V
(2) Radio Shack 272-1032 1000 uf @35V
$8.34 Saved an Expensive monitor.
I would prefer to use Higher Quality Caps, like the Panasonic Caps from Digikey, but this worked in a pinch. The higher Voltage should make the inverter board a little More Robust.
Posted on Jan 27, 2010
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