When the On switch is set to on there is no power. I can see a faint flashing of the LCD display and hear a clicking noise coming from within the body of the camera. However, when I insert the USB cable tethered to the computer I intermittingly get the lens servo coming in. After about 20 seconds the power switches off. The samething happens when I press the LCD light button. The camera has been drop from waist level a few weeks ago but it still work. It was working the day before and then stopped the next.
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sounds like you have a back light problem. To verify this, turn on the set, dim the lights in the room, and shine a bright flash light on the screen. If you see the faint picture on the screen, you have a back light problem. You could either have a shorted inverter that is pulling down the 24vdc line, a blown CCFL back lamp, a high voltage short (arcing) from one of the inverter outputs, or a faulty 24vdc power supply
I would check the caps with ohm meter. Make sure they all show increasing resistance. Caps can be bad without looking bad. Check output voltage on the power board, should be around 12V. If all that checks out then I'd look next at the backlight bulb. I'v repaired many monitors and the problem was almost always overheated caps on the power board. Post back and let me know.
-if you switch the computer on and it boots up and you hear the windows sound, this could be a possible video problem or motherboard problem -run the diags on the LCD, while the computer is off, press and hold "D" then press power button at the same time, if you see the colors red blue green without any problems then it is a motherboard or video card problem -another method to run the test is while the computer is off; preess and hold Fn then press power button, let the test run; when you see the question were colour bars displayed, press N, if you see the colors red blue and green without any problem then it is a motherboard problem or video card; otherwise it is an LCD problem -to toggle display on the external monitor press Fn then F8
no display after switching on the laptop? 1. try to connect to an external monitor using an analog video cable. monitor is on. turn on laptop after a minute press and hold on Fn key then press F8 at the same time to toggle the display between LCD to Monitor, if nothing happened do step 2. 2. turn of laptop. remove video cable. press and hold D key then press power button at the same time. this will test the LCD. check if there are colors display. if yes do step 3, if no replace lcd and lcd cable. 3. make sure laptop is off. press and hold on the Fn key then press power button at the same time to run a quick test. Even no display or anything wait for about 5 minutes check if you will hear series of beeps. If yes.replace video card if it is expansion, replace motherboard if it is integrated.
- try to connect you machine to an external monitor
- if the display appears on your external monitor the problem would be the LCD screen of your laptop (need to replace it)
- if there is no display on both laptop and external monitor i suspected it's the motherboard faulty
- send your laptop to service center to replace it (if it is underr warranty it's free
your laotop problem most from display unit (ATI MOBILITY RADEON 9000), you need consider
1) first you need to make sure the EXT VGA diaplsy is ok or not, if both display are same problem, please do next
2) if the display card is separat to motherboard you need check the card connection with the motherboard, there is pair plug/socket
clean it and set back. still bad, need to change one
3) if the display card is on board chips you cant change it, you have to find a special technician to do BGA repair
4) if EXT VGA display normal you need check LCD cable connection and LCD panel, this step please keep in touch me
hope help you to deal well
Make sure you set up your laptop to display to a second screen. Depending on your Operating system, go to your display properties and go to the settings tab. Then click on the second monitor and enable it.
Alarm can only be set or disabled when the power in "Standby" mode. The manual refers to it as power "off" mode, but the LCD display will still be readable only darker. To set the alarm push the Standby button until the sound stops and the LCD is dark. Then push the AL SET button (which doubles as the volume down button when the power is "on"). The hour should start flashing. Adjust the hour by using the two buttons at the bottom on the right side just above the IR sensor. Once you've set the hour, push the AL SET button again and similarly adjust the minutes until you have the right time that you want the alarm to go off. Now push the AL SOURCE button (which also doubles as the function button when the power is "on") to toggle between Radio, CD, iPod or buzzer for your alarm. After you're satisfied that the time is right and the source is right push the AL SET button again. The LCD should still be dark, but should also show the word "ALARM" in the upper left hand corner.
To set the unit so the alarm doesn't go off push the "Standby" button until the sound stops and the LCD is dark. Push the AL SET button until the hour is flashing. Don't bother to adjust the time, just push the AL SOURCE button until none of the following appear: CD, iPod, Radio, Buzzer. As you push the AL SOURCE button it will toggle between these options. Once you're sure none of them appear on the left of the display, click the AL SET button again. The LCD should still be dark, and you should not see the word "ALARM" in the upper left hand corner.