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Monitor randomly decides not to display

Hey, I have a Benq FP767+ 17" LCD monitor and sometimes it will not display anything on the screen when i turn it on (The blue light stays on thou with a blank screen). When it doesn't display anything, i just move the monitor into different positions and tilt it up and down and turn it on again and it'll work. This problem used to only occur when i turn it off. I clicked on all my settings and made them default and my refresh setting is at 60hz and 1280*1024. I've had this monitor for 2 years now and it's only just started to stuff up. Just today my monitor started to turn itself off (it only did it twice but it's working now) and i got frustrated that it woulnd't turn on again so i gave it a whack to the back and turned it on and voila, it works. Could there be a fault in my monitor now? should i send it in for repair? Thanks

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Re: Monitor randomly decides not to display

The problem is dry solder on Invertor board.Resolder all Invertor transistors and transformer.

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