Question about LG L1915S 19" LCD Monitor
Its a software issue from LG - mine has been doing it for a while.
Go to http://www.cnet.com.au/tvs/0,239035250,339274386,00.htm for a description, then you can go to http://www.lghdtv.com.au/www/203/1001127/displayarticle/1024736.html and register the problem for a software update
Posted on Mar 09, 2008
Generally, when an LCD freezes, it is a signal source problem. By that I mean that the TV is receiving insufficient signal strength to continue to display moving images, so it holds on to the last signal it received that it was able to display (freezing or pixelating.). Have your cable or satellite company come and look at the strength of the signal at the incoming port on your set top box, or back of your set if you are not using a box. The solution is usually adding a power amplifier to the incoming line to boost the signal strenth to the TV, or if you are in an apartment that has the signal split, moving that feed 'higher on the tree'.
Posted on Feb 20, 2008
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