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This blue light flashing means there is power to monitor bu NO video
signal. No Analog or digital Video . analog is the regular plug for PC
to Monitor, the other is HDMI digital or other digital. Check signal
digital/analog means again: No video signal from PC detected.
Hello. I had the same problem with my X2gen 19" (model MW19R)monitor. In my case, the monitor would turn off after 20 seconds or so but the blue power light would stay on as well. I had to replace a high voltage capacitor located in the backlight power supply board. There are 4 blue capacitors on the board which are identical and they are marked as 27J 3KV. Fortunately, I only had to replace one of these capacitors ( it was turning a yellowish brownish color ). Hope this helps.
Have you tried connecting this monitor to another computer, even a laptop. This would tell you whether the display is bad or the video card is the culprit. I suspect the monitor's power supply is dying. Taking it to a pro for repair should cost @55.00. Buying a new monitor @ $100 - $125.
I have exact same problem but mine happened to 2 of my x2gen monitors at the same time,really strange.
One was purchased 01/07 and the second 04/07
Took my PC in, no problems
Took one of the x2gen in,was told monitor is bad
How could both monitors go bad at the same time???????
You will need a multimeter to check, there is a proteection component that may look like a transistor( but only 2 leads on it) or what might look like a small blue capacitor. also the diodes at the power circut need to be checked. also be sure that solder conections are secure in the power circut
I had a similar problem with a Dell monitor after a power outage. I pulled the monitor apart and found a connector not completely seated. I think that something internal has happened to your monitor. It could be an internal fuse or something. If you don'r feel comfortable taking it apart, find a reputable service center.