Question about Princeton Digital LCD17 17" Flat Panel LCD Monitor
I have a Princeton LCD17 monitor that will not power up. When I plug the power adapter into a working power outlet, I will get a green light on the adapter when it does not have its other end (monitor end) plugged into the monitor. If I then plug the monitor end of the power adapter into the monitor, the green light on the power adapter will immediately go off. Pressing the power switch on the monitor makes no difference, the light on the power adapter stays off and there is no indication of power getting to the monitor(no lights and no screen image, nothing). What could the issue be? Thank you.
Try another power adaptor. Check the delivered voltage and go get a universal power adaptor that has a switched for varios voltages and a number of connectors. Simply match connector to the voltage switch.
Posted on May 22, 2007
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