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Monitor gets power but no picture

I got this monitor from work, they were throwing it out cause the video isn't working. The monitor still gets power and the light comes on, but the screen is blank. Just wondering if it's something I can fix. Any suggestion would help. Thanks!

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    I got the same problem, I tried all of the solutions written here and still nothing, If I press the menu button down I get TEST GOOD in the corner of the screen. Any other ideas?

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Check the cable connections
reconnect them. if nothing happens try hooking it up on a different computer.
if picture does appear still, check the video card of your computer, it could have been damage.

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I have a pair of Samsung Monitors 2232 (manufactured in July and August of 2007). They both recently developed problems and died. I searched and found replacement capacitor packages for $10 per monitor, popped of the back, soldered them in, and they are working like a charm now. I am writing this from those previously black monitors. You can find the repair packages on Amazon, eBay, etc. I got mine from LCD Alternatives (eBay was the least expensive alternative). It took about 30 minutes each but my sons now know how to solder. I ordered an inexpensive 60 watt soldering iron from them as well because the Samsung solder needs a really hot iron.

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