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Monitor doesn't turn on anymore.

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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  • the_final_cu Dec 16, 2008

    It's just the monitor, as I say I have tried starting it not even connected to the cpu and the problem is exactly the same.

  • ingolord Dec 26, 2008

    well, i have the same monitor and the same problem. the cpu can't be the reason, i connected it with my xbox 360 and you also can hear the sound when there is no vga cable connected

  • gina4xoxoxo Jan 02, 2009

    same problem. black screen. clicking noise coming from monitor front and flashing green light every five seconds as it makes the clicking noise.

  • Anonymous Jan 27, 2009

    Unfortunately, this is a common problem with Haanspree monitors. They use cheap capicators on the internal power adapter, which go bad, and causes this power 'cycling' issue. I had one, took it in for fixing under haans warranty, and it worked...for about 2 weeks before it started doing the same thing (this was actually for a client of mine). I also had a viewsonic monitor that did the same thing, I opeend it up and the caps were bad, it also had a "HaansStar" logo printed inside too (HaansStar is one of HaansSpree/Haans*G sub divisions)

    if you can get some replacement caps and have some soldering skills you might be able to fix it :)



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I think this should be a problem with the CPU and not the monitor, Is there a continuous beep sound coming , If so then there is a problem with the Memory.

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