Question about Envision EN-7220 17" Flat Panel LCD Monitor
If the monitor was dropped, most likely you damaged the internal components that provide the picture, whether LCD or CRT. Try connecting it to another computer. If this doesn't work, check the monitor's display settings or operating system display settings for contrast or brightness. NEVER open up the monitor, because there is a high voltage capacitor that stores voltage even when the monitor is off and could kill you if it discharges.
Posted on Jul 28, 2007
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