I have 2 liquid video monitors that I purchased in 2004. Both of these monitors have been shut off for about a month. Now when I go to turn them on, there is nothing. The green power light is on, on the power supply cord. Why would both of these monitors not be turning on.
The problem might be a blown capacitor on the power board. It's actaully a really easy do it yourself fix if this is the case and it'll run you less then $10 and 30 minutes of your time. I put together a tutorial on YouTube for the fix : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vWGmtsqQYno
Most monitors require an input signal before they will resume from a low power state. Other possibilities include a faulty back-light inverter, in which case you will be able to see objects that would normally appear on screen, but they will be extremely dark.
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i will give you some tips
1- If the power light goes from green to orange) this is almost always an issue with the computer and not the monitor
2- If the monitor power light turns off, then it is almost definitely a problem with the monitor.
there are some reasons your monitor turning on and off
01-One reason the monitor could shut off is because it is overheating.
02-If the power cord is loose and is not securely connected to the back of the monitor it will cause the monitor to turn off.
03-If the monitor is staying on, but you loose the video signal, it's very likely an issue with the video card or motherboard in the computer. This could also be an issue with the computer or video card overheating or a defect with the video card.
04-Another reason the monitor could shut off is because of a malfunction in the circuitry. There could be a short in the wiring or some other failure in the circuitry, causing the picture to go black or causing the monitor to shut off completely
05 another reason the monitor on and off is because your monitor power supply chipset is damage
Unless I have the model number wrong (F1903), this monitor was relased in 2004. If it is 8 months old then it should be fixed under warranty. This can be bad problem in the bcaklight inverter circuits or bad lamps due to bad soldering works, bad power supply, please look here to see hwat is involved in repairing the monitors: http://s807.photobucket.com/home/budm/allalbums
Try swapping the monitor cable from the working monitor to the other video connection on your computer. Effectively reversing the connections to isolate whether your problem is the video card in your computer or the monitor itself. If you find the working monitor displaying similar symptoms, then check your video drivers and ensure that you have all power saving features, screen savers, etc... turned off.
With another monitor attached to your computer, right click anywhere on the desk top. Click on properties. Select the Settings tab. change the settings to 800 x 600 with a refresh rate of 60 hertz. Now attach the Liquid Video TV.
I beleive that 800 x 600 is the maximum screen resolution that this TV / monitor can support.