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Firstly try plugging the power cod from your PC into the monitor and power it on. Are there any LED lights on your monitor? If there is, then all you need to do is replace the power cord with a new one.
If there aren't any, it means that your CRT's internal power supply unit is dead and needs to be replaced. However, replacing these parts can be quite costly and involves labor charges since your monitor is out of warranty. I highly recommend that you look into the option of purchasing a new LCD monitor as these are pretty cheap nowadays.
Anyway, here is the service centre in Bangalore dealing with Samsung monitors:
#8 WOC Road,
Mahalaxmipuram Post Near Swathi Hotel,
Bangalore - 560085 KARNAKATA
Phone : 23496985
If your monitor has quit working then, unless you are a qualified technician, your only options are to replace the monitor or take it to a qualified service technician. I would not recommend opening or attempting any repair on this product yourself.
I'm affraid you did about everything you can to find the issue.
Trying to isolate the problem is the best way to come close to a solution eventually. But after all the tests you did, it seems that the monitor itself got a problem.
I dont suggest you to try to fix it yourself, some electrical parts may need to be electrically discharged before being removed from the monitor.
If your monitor is still in waranty, contact LG for support. Otherwise, you could bring it to a local tv/monitor store to see if they can repair it. LG support rep could also give you some advice, maybe they got a certified partner in your area that could take a look at it.
P.S. If your computer is on windows XP it should shut down the usual way just by pressing the power button once. The shutdown will be the same as if you go Start->Shutdown->Shutdown the computer.
It could be a faulty power cord. Try plugging it in and moving the cord around in the areas where it takes the most movement. Do the same with the data cable to see if you get a response there. If your cables are fine, the problem is most likely hardware in the monitor - in that case you're better off replacing the monitor.
chances are 1.broken supply cord 2.check fuse 3. in the power supply section please check the capacitors around primary hot supply,or physically burned parts. 4. h.o.t transistor may short. 5.horizontal output transformer damage.
When you got the pc, you should have been given a starter pack with some CD-ROM's in the pack, one of them should be the drives for the monitor, you might need to use anothermonitor to see the instructions, but the basic graphics card should power the monitor enough to set things up, until then you won't be able to adjust the settings.