Question about Philips 227E3qphsu 21.5 Led Lcd Monitor 16 9 7 ms / 227E3qphsu/27

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There is NO menu button on this particular monitor. I've tried holding each button for lengths of time each, unplugging the screen and restarting the computer. What happened is that the picture on my monitor has shrunk, leaving 2 thick black bars either side of the picture and I know how to fix it, but the controls on the monitor are locked so this is impossible. Thanks in advance, Jack

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Try hitting the start and the menu for several minutes well seconds (30) or until it pops bk on

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SOURCE: OSD main controls locked and moving cursors by itself

i think the main board is flaky in that monitor. Hook up another known good monitor to that computer and see if it behaves in the same way.

If it does behave in the same way then you know its either the video card or the motherboard if you have an integrated video connector to the motherboard.

If it goes away then you know the phillips monitor is bad.

If its the phillips monitor that is bad for sure. You can try taking off the front cover and try cleaning the contacts on the main board in the front of the monitor. Could be that a few of them have dust or dirt and is activating those buttons by accidents inadvertently.



Posted on Jun 27, 2009

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SOURCE: osd main controls locked/unlocked pops up every 5 seconds

Estava também com o mesmo problema de voces, já estava irritado, então abri o monitor e desconectei a ligação com a placa de controle dos comandos dos botoes do menu. é fácil fazer. Só que não vai funcionar mais os botoes. pelo menos essas mesagens não vão mais incomodar.

Posted on Jul 18, 2009

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SOURCE: "monitor controls locked" message appear

If you haven't already figured it out, you need to press and hold the "OK" button for about 20 seconds-until the usual menu appears. This is how you unlock the controls.

Posted on Jan 10, 2010

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SOURCE: The monitor control window keeps poping up all the

press the menu button and keep pressed for 10 seconds or untill OSD unlocked message will appear . same procedure for the lock .

Posted on Apr 19, 2010

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