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Monitor on emachines computer is black and the on/off light flickers screen will not come on

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First make sure the power cord is plugged in both ends (in the wall and in the monitor).
When the computer is turned on, it should run a power on-self test and then beep. The monitor light should be green and then the Windows splash screen will display. If your computer starts up but the video fails, then the monitor light will turn yellow.
A monitor light that just flickers and goes off is probably an indication that the monitor has failed.
I usually try to hook up another monitor (borrow it from a friend) just to be sure that the computer is working.

Posted on Jan 22, 2009

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SOURCE: HANNS-G MONITOR BLACK SCREEN JUST FLICKERS

I have the same problem. I leave the computer on for awhile to warm up the screen. I don't know why, that seems to help. I turn off the screen on the bottom right and do that a couple of times. Behind the screen I unplug and plug and unplug and plug the screen in again. After it gets going, it works all day. But at night I like to turn off the computer to rest. So I have to do this every morning.

Posted on Mar 26, 2009

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SOURCE: monitor flickers then goes to black/blank screen.

have you tested it for gone conponments

Posted on Aug 14, 2009

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SOURCE: My flat screen Samsung monitor flickers on and off

or it could be the cable? if you have a different vga cable you can try that, if that's not the problem then it sounds like your lcd is possibly dying. you should also look at the pins on the vga connections and make sure none of them are bent

Posted on Oct 31, 2009

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SOURCE: Acer AL1916 Monitor went black and beeps

Open the monitor, examine the circuit boards. Look for small components that look like small cans, these are capacitors. If you see any that look bulged on top, then your problem can probably be solved by replacing these. Check out the following sites;

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9Q6_TgNJvQw

Follow the directions and good luck!

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