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The second button from the left on the bottom corner by the power button is the brightness button. If you press it the brightness menu is pop up on the screen. With the menu up you just use the three buttons on the left to select the function and the increase or decrease the brightness and contrast on the monitor. BuddyMc
Hi, Just press the menu button at the bottom the screen bezel and then select brightness. You can decrease and increase the brightness by pressing the plus or minus button . Hope this helps Thanks Dennis
The setting is programmed into the memory of the monitor. It has been set that way, sort of like a memory button for your car's driver seat. The car remembers your favorite seat position, and the monitor is remembering your favorite brightness settings.
It's been a while since I played with any settings on a CRT monitor, but I'm sure if you give it a few minutes, you will find in the menu how to set up the memory recall feature on your monitor.
on the front of the monitor there are key buttons naming menu, ok button and left & right arrow marks buttons first press menu button then go to brightness then by using arrow keys you can increase & decrease the brightness once you are finished decreasing r increasing press ok button.& there are many other settings you can change like contrast etc....
Hope this will give you hint in solving this problem. Try configuring monitor settings in OSD mode; contrast; brightness; etc.. other special settings can be accessed using combination of buttons to minimize the raster intensity. On hardware side try resoldering cold soldered points and check the SMPS side.