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Blank scren, led stays green for only one second

Hi, I have had this screen for 2 years now. One day, it stopped working... The screen is blank and the LED is off. If I press the power button, the screen displays a BenQ logo and the front LED turns on (green); 1-2 second(s) later, the screen is blank again and the LED is off... I have tried a different graphix card, a different computer, a different VGA cable and a different power cable. I hope someone can help me... Thank you very much I hope I have been explicit enough Regards Cyril

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Re: Blank scren, led stays green for only one second

Explicit enough to see that's this a a repair shop job. That also probably means a replacement- cost of which will not be much more than repair prices. One thing how ever- the power supply[which would appear to be the problem] is this built into the screen [that is does the screen have mains power direct? Or is it powered from an external 'Power Brick' If it is of the Power Brick type - then a new power supply is the answer - get on of the stabilized universal type with a fistful of connectors and a voltage selector switch.

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