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I can tell I have repaired a lot of monitors in my time what you have to do is tear it down, see if any of the capacitors are puffy, if they are replace them. You can buy repair kits for LCD tv;s most folks throw them out. I get them out of the garbage all the time and just fix the capacitors on the boards and they work fine after this. However if you are not good at doing this sort of thing your investment will warrant a throw away product. By the time it is said and done, The cost of repair you can get companies that do this online for under $50.00, for the parts and repair. It is worth it or just go and buy another monitor or get the repair kits for your model. LCD repair accessories and parts that is what I use to do the repairs.
What to you mean by Monitor won't go on? Are you saying the power on the monitor will not turn on? Are you saying the Monitor is on, but there is nothing showing on the screen? Also it would help if we know what kind of computer and what operating system.
What to you mean by Monitor won't go on? Are you saying the power on
the monitor will not turn on? Are you saying the Monitor is on, but
there is nothing showing on the screen? Also it would help if we know
what kind of computer and what operating system.
If your monitor shows a yellow light and it won't turn green, the problem most likely lies with the computer. If your computer is not sending a signal to the monitor, then you have a computer problem. One way to test this is to turn the monitor off and the computer off, too. Turn the monitor on and if it is working, it should display a message telling you that there is no signal. If you see that message, you can assume the monitor is working. If you do see it, now turn on the computer and see if the message changes. If you turn the monitor on and you get no message, you can assume the problem lies with the monitor itself. If you have access to another monitor, hook that one up to test the computer output.
You can now either get the monitor fixed or the computer fixed, depending on which one is bad.
Try a different monitor...if the different one won't come up then the prob is your video card in the computer...if it does work then the monitor is defective...it would probably be cheaper to get a new monitor than to have the syncmaster fixed