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Cintiq 12WX screen not working :(

There is no display. Everything was working perfectly, until a couple days ago. When I went to turn on the display, it didn't light up. I re-plugged in all cables and I tried again, but there was no power indicator light. However, when I slide the bar to "off", the light flashes orange, then blue briefly, then off. Still no display.

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May be the power chord is damged go to a nearby shop and tell tham to give you a new power chord of monitor and then try it should work fine
thank for visiting fixya
have a nice day

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Hey guys,
I have posted the solution to this problem (or my version of a solution) elsewhere on this site - but here it is again, just for you!

I had a similar problem with my cintiq 12WX!
The way i did it was by going into CONTROL PANEL (please note i am using XP windows), then into DISPLAY, then into the last tab on the right aka SETTINGS. Once in SETTINGS go into the ADVANCED section, then click on the DISPLAY tab. In here you should have 3 things - monitor, panel and tv. The tv bit is irrelevant. Look at the MONITOR and PANEL tabs, if your wacom IS set up correctly when you click on the button (it is a circle with a line inside it) on the title (it will either be greeny/turquoise or red). If it is red, click it and the same button on the panel title will turn green aswell. Below the pictures of a computer and a laptop there should be 2 buttons that are the same for each. Currently, my almost working cintiq is set to having the button with two squares on it under the heading of 'MONITOR' and the button with a circle is on under the section entitled PANEL.
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