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My lcs monitor have become very brigth and its controls are bringing no change

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  • dashyab Dec 12, 2008

    thanks
    and i more thing the indicator on monitor is showing "orange" which is a NO SIGNAL STATE ie off ,but the monitor is on

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You mean your LCD monitor, i suggest you refer it to a professional because LCD monitor contains high voltage and it is expert recommended

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    Obiora Micheal Dec 12, 2008

    check your signal cable

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