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How to reset factory settings of samsung sync master710v

I am facing a problem there is no display on my samsung monitor, nd a error comes not optimum mode set to 1024 to 640

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Re: how to reset factory settings of samsung sync...

Disconnect de power Cord behind the monitor for about 10 minutes. Then reconnect again. If the problem persist you can call the Samsung and talk about your problem. I had the same problem they swap my monitor, because was a fault (if your monitor still in the warranty.

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This is a very common problem on this monitor according to the Samsung support. Once you have tried the solutions given on the user manual you can go on repair. !! PLease note that this monitor is a 3 year warranty monitor : using the serial number, they get the date it was manufactured, they can allow a free repair for you !!

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Re: how to reset factory settings of samsung sync...

Press the power button and keep for 5sec.

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