Question about Gateway FPD1950
I have 2 Gatway model FPD1950 19in flatscreen monitors. The 2nd was working fine until my power went out and came back on seb=veral times. Concerned about a power surge, I went to turn my computers off. When the power came back on, I could not power on the monitor. The scrren stayed black and no power light. I of course changed, power cords, wall sockets and even with it disconnected from the computer, I get no green power light. Then I went to the other monitor (same model) and noticed that I could get no power with it either. This monitor was not even connected during the power outage and it previously worked fine also. Didn't use it only because it had 5 or 6 specs on the screen. I did notice that when I 1st plug in the power cord, the screen would become grey for a milli-second. Then nothing and still no gren power light. Any suggestions? Thanks -- Joe
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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