I have an NEC Multisync 1760NX monitor that you have to
flick the switch on and off several times in order to get it to come on; first
it used to betwo or three times, and
then went to about five, and now it is out completely. It would seem that some
sort of lighting lamp has malfunctioned, but I have no idea.
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Sound like you lost one of your colors (red, green, or blue). You can try an autosync function on the monitor, if there is one, or autocolor adjust, or something similar. But it sounds like the monitor LCD panel might be defective beyond repair. Youn can check your color levels. SOmetimes one will drop to zero for no reason. Try running your finger (pushing lightly on the LCD) around the edge of the monitor screen. Sometimes a transistor just gets stuck and you can close it back up. Keep track of where your finger is when the picture is correct, and home in on the exact spot. Then, just massage that area with your finger until the display looks right. That doesn't always work, but it's worth a try.
The power surge probably blew the fuse inside the tv, first check the fuse inside the mains plug, if that is good then you will have to take the back cover off the tv, you are looking for the power board follow the mains cable into the tv and you will find it. Look for a fuse on the board, pop it out of the fuse holder, if you have or can get hold of a multimetre check the fuse for continuity if it hasnt you will have get hold off another fuse, you can normally get them from your local electrical repair shop, they dont cost much and the liklyhood is they will probably give you one free of charge.
Hi frnd.. there is a test known as Monitor self test to perform this just power on the monitor and unplug the flex cable.. U will see a logo bouncing up and down.. if this happens then it means the monitor is fine...
power supply is bad on one of its legs(12 volt or 5 volt) you can have that bench tested at a service center or use a volt meter to check the output on the cables probably the 5 volt as the agp and the dvd roms cdroms etc need 5 volts to operate