I came to turn my pc on today and my monitor is just 'off'. It has a repeated clicking noise coming out of one s peaker. The power button doesn't work, it doesnt come up as green or orange. I have tried disconnecting it from my pc, running it with my pc, running it in any way just gives me the same result. The monitor is only 2 months old so this is extremely annoying-not least considering the time of year and the fact I cant afford to repair or replace it.
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when you say the screen comes on wavy for awhile, im supposing you have a CRT monitor, not the flat panel type. That seems to be the degauss feature when you turn on the monitor which is normal. The no video issue may be a bad video cable or connection the the PC.
it is a weak cathode heater inside the CRT. One fix, besides what you are doing, is to replace the glass tube (crt) inside the monitor. Unless you can find a used one, may be hard to find now. It may also be possible to supply the heater filament with a separate supply. I believe this requires a 6 volt supply, so try adding a 10 volt (FUSED- 2 amp) supply to the filament only.