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HP L1706- screen is blank when I switch on

I cannot get my HP L1706 monitor to switch on. The screen remains blank though the computer seems to be working and I can hear the welcome sound on windows. The power button of the monitor will also not stay on, but wll light up green only when I press it. Earlier it would blink for a long time and then the screen would light up. Now it's not even blinking and absolutely nothing in showing on the screen. Help!

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  • mowjowjowjow Feb 20, 2009

    I also have the same problem. I already check by using another monitor and the computer works perfectly. I also tried to remove the memory and installed again, but the LCD still won't turn on.

  • Pegay Feb 24, 2009

    i also have the same problem. I already tried to connect the monitor to another working CPU but it still doesn't wok. it also out of warranty that's why I'm trying to figure it out if there is an alternate solution to resolve this problem.

  • chiasw09 Apr 12, 2009

    I have a similar problem. The indicator light blink for a long time before the screen comes out. I have tried the solutions given but it doesnt help. Any other solutions ? Thanks

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First if you have a extra monitor try to plug it in and see if it works. If not then check your video card. or get into the computer and try and remove and reseat the memory. Sometimes by just doing that can solve the problems

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your monitor is getting ready to kick the bucket.

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