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Screens says aging and brightness is automaticly turned to 0

I have a phillips 190wv monitor and it says aging when there is no periphial connected or if the pc/labtop is on standby.
also when the screen is turned n the brightness display from the osd menu is displayed and also if i try and press the menu button on the screen it pops up and stays there and i cant turn bright up or make it go away unless i remove the power and turn it on again and the the brightness thing show up again ,,

so i basicly want to know if i can reset the firmware on the scren or update it or if anyone knows any solution

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SOURCE: philips 170s6fs monitor: OSD menu blocked

.well i had the same problem but my dad fixed it.
.he opened the monitor [like unscrew it.] and just clean it. brush it. and it will work fine.
if it didnt i dont know.

Posted on Nov 14, 2010

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