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Re: flashing green light
This is the link to the xerox install info. This should fix the problem. If it does not please list the CPU OS and video card you have. Before connecting the LCD monitor make sure in your display properties are set to a refresh rate of 60 hertz. You can set refresh rate by going to the control panel in windows and display settings properties.
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Most comon problem with monitors are bad caps in the power supply, any good reapair shop should be able to fix them easily, see pictures of failed monitors due to bad caps: http://s807.photobucket.com/home/budm/allalbums
At least you will have some info so you will not get ripped off by repair shops.
power light often means the monitor isn't getting a signal. When you
turn the monitor off and back on, do you see the viewsonic logo for a
few seconds? Try plugging it into a different computer to see if it
If plugging it into another computer doesn't work, it
may be a bad power circuit in the monitor. A common problem with
monitors is the capacitors going bad. If you're handy with a soldering
iron, you can try replacing them yourself. Look here for pictures and
instructions: Fix an LCD Monitor
This type of issues is caused by parts called capacitors that have failed and are keeping the power supply from starting up correctly. You can rebuild the power supply board by replacing the bad capacitors and this will bring the monitor back to full working order. Here is a link to information showing what parts need to be replaced with pictures and parts list.
Try replacin a new display card. If it is fine working.ok
If not try fixing for cold solder in the video section.
I suggest video section according your report the light green LED lighted that shows the power section is doing fine.
i had same problem, fault was traced using a multimeter set to diode measurement, i found that one of the high power switch transistors in the inverter side of the power board was short circuit (there are four in the same area sticking up from the board, not surface mounted). normally they should measure 450 ish but when they read 0-010 its gone, pulled it out of circuit and remeasured it, gone, replaced and fixed.
Unplug the cable from your PC, if the monitor shows a test image, the monitor is fine and the problem is with your graphic card.
If you dont see nothing on-screen after unpluging the cable from the PC, then the monitor in damaged. Send it to repair.