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Monitor model # EN7410e repeatedly flickers on and off when coming out of screen saver mode. Once it's on it stays on. Is this a fixable problem?

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Hi and welcome to FixYa,

Offhand, your description, specifically the flickers, indicates the inverter powering on/off while initiating. Technically, this could be caused by insufficient voltage from the power supply or the filter capacitor that has leaked and therefore does not provide the necessary 'boost' on startup (from standby condition). If the unit does still functions even intermittently, then it should be relatively an easy/minor repair involving minor parts replacement and/or cold solder re-soldering. While repairs would be relatively easy and quick, this would require familiarity with electronic components & circuitry, use of a DVM and a soldering iron. Access to a service manual or at the very least a schematic diagram would be to your added advantage.

Should you be uncomfortable performing a DIY (do-it-yourself), then perhaps your best bet would be to seek the services of a qualified professional. Pls reference the pages here and/or here of similar concerns.

Good luck and thank you for using FixYa.

Posted on Feb 24, 2009

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Hi there! thanks for using fixya!!

Please check your connections, cables that connected to your monitor from your pc and outlet.

Or do the following:
Turn off your computer.
Restart your pc and then press F2 Key.
F2 will take to Bios
and leave it for awhile and check if will going to flick again...
Or you may check the Video drivers...

regards!

Posted on Feb 24, 2009

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    Dennis Jambalos Feb 24, 2009

    hi again!



    If the problem still there, I suggest that you should consult the service technician, so that he can further and accurately troubleshoot what really the problem is...might be electrical of some sort...



    regards!

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Hi, 
Thanks for Choosing FixYa!!!

  1. Turn the Computer Off.
  2. As Soon as you turn on keep tap the F2 Key.
  3. It Take you to bios Screen.
  4. Leave for 10 Minutes and Check whether its turn off or not.
  5. If not, Restart and As Soon as you turn on keep tap the F8 Key.
  6. Get in to safe mode and unistall Video Drivers.
  7. Get in to normal mode and install latest Video Drivers.
Hope This Helps!!!  Please Don't Forget to Rate my Response!!! Thanks!!! 
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Try to change resolution to a lower value and change the frequncy little bit high....you can do it in graphics setting...

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Hi..it has nothing to do with graphic card or either cpu. It maybe because of loose plugs or the most common thing which is the push switch which turn on your monitor which is most probably located on your monitor might be loose and doesnt contact properly. check this out.. thank u..

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Check your connections, maybe they are just loose. when your comp is on and your montior is on move your wires around. that might be the problem. well i hope this helps a little.

Posted on Feb 24, 2009

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    Manoj Rout Feb 24, 2009

    Why does a monitor may flicker ?













    A monitor may flicker and goes into rolling state due to dust, overheating after a long continuous usage, loose circuitry or due to some electromagnetic interference with other electrical equipments like tv , UPS, large speaker systems etc.

    FIX :

    Take appropriate precautions for these types of problems with
    your monitor. Keep it dust free and ensure proper heat dissipation.
    Keep your speakers, TV and speaker system etc. at a distance from the
    monitor.


    If you don’t think any above possible reasons for the rolling or
    flickering state of your monitor then we recommend you to get your
    monitor checked by the monitor company at their respective service
    center.


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