Question about Sony SDM-HS95 19" LCD Monitor
Not sure what happened, but my 13 year old said the monitor wouldn't come on (appeared black) and she kept pressing the power button. When it finally came on, all the colors on the monitor appear "pinkish." I suspect that she wasn't pressing the power button, but may have been hitting the "menu" button instead. I checked out all the settings and don't see anything out of the ordinary that would make the colors appear pink. (We have two monitors and I compared the settings with the monitor that is working just fine and they are the same). Any idea why everything is pink?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Constant white screen
check the brightness and contrast from the menu on the monitor try increasing it ... the problem will get solved...
if same problem persists contact ur near by experrt technician he may tell that the tube is gone he must recharge it....
Posted on Feb 06, 2008
SOURCE: Pop up menu won't go away.
If you can do the factory reset in the pop up menu, try it. You might have to try with another power supply, cord, or computer and check where the problem is.
Posted on Mar 16, 2008
SOURCE: Menu pop ups
It will only be one of 2 things, neither easy to correct I am affraid.
Posted on Apr 21, 2008
1st Idea - Let's take a look under the cover. I'm not sure how tech savvy you are, but I'm sure you're pretty good if you have a soldering iron. Once inside locate the power supply section. See if you see any blown capacitors on it or any other boards. One obvious way is to see if they are bad is if they have bulging up tops. There could be some weak or bad ones that aren't popped up, but let's start from there. If there are any bad caps, they are dirt cheap price wise at an electronics shop. Keep me posted and let em know what you find. - Scotty
Posted on Apr 30, 2008
It could also just be the button is faulty... but a 6 year monitor is going to start throwing more and more problems at you.
Go to eBay.com and treat yourself to a nice new monitor - they are very cheap these days.
Posted on Oct 10, 2009
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