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Pressing the power on off button makes no difference as the display panel still does not display anything and there is no sound. The monitor is left off the cradle in the day time where the charge drops down to 2 or 1 bars through the day. It is left on the cradle overnight to charge up and has done so until now. Is there a problem with the battery or is it likely to be a more serious problem
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I had power outage last night now corder at&t 1855 led's keep flashing keeps telling me about power outage before every new message. How do I get rid of the flashing?
Posted on Jun 19, 2008
You should have received two cables with the monitor. One is for VGA and plugs into you video card or computer board . The second one is for DVI digidal video and if you have that cable it plugs into the square connector. Then if you look into your monitor manual or quick setup sheet it will tell you how to connect and set the monitor to either VGA or Digital. I'm sure that is what has to be set. Don't hook up both cables to the monitor and computer. Only use the one. Digital gives you a better picture if your computer has that function. Hope this is helpful. Bud
Posted on Jan 09, 2009
you have problem wit the lamp just plug in another once you removed the back cover and if the lamp stays on the it is 100%. you do not need original lamp. Any 15" lcd lamp that fits will do the job. HA HA well done
Posted on Jul 06, 2009
SOURCE: Not Charging
Same thing happened to me the other day. For some unknown reason my wep500 seemed to just die with no apparent cause or reason. So I took the unit apart and tested the battery with a multi meter. It read 3.9V. So power was not the issue, I then put it back together and by chance, happened to continue pressing the power button for 5 seconds in hope I would see the LEDs flash but no dice. Then for no reason, I went to my phone and tried to pair and to my amazement it actually paired (meaning the device must of been on). So I then hit the big button on the wep500 and sure enough it calls the last number stored in my phone. It turns out (out of all things) the led itself went bad for some unknown reason. I suggest you try charging it (you won't see the red led), try turning it on (you won't see the blue led) and then try pairing from your phone. If you phone indicates it paired, then try calling the last number from your wep500. If it works, then you too have a bad LED (I have never seen an LED go bad before). Hope this helps.
Posted on Mar 30, 2010
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