Help, i got a diamond pro monitor which gives me the No Signal message.
The monitor does power up, so its not the power supply.
when i plug a computer into the vga connector, i dont get the signal,
just the same box floating around saying no signal. Also if i press the
menu button in the front of the monitor, i get no response to it.
any advice, help, tips & tricks are most welcome.
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Remove the screws as you have done. Looking at the monitor front on you'll see 3 bits sticking down from the top (in the deatil gap) which are clips unclip them by pushing through the corresponding holes along the top. Also there's a clip at each side on the underside of the monitor which are very obvious. With the monitor facing down and everything unclipped just pull the cover upwards. It's not easy but work your way round the front edge and it will come.
Your monitor is overheated and has blown the tube. The only way to fix it is to throw it away and get a new one. Your not supposed to leave your monitor on all the time especially with a game just paused on the screen.
My Friend you have a problem in the power supply, you try voltage check, check if you have output in the b+. if nothing, there is a regulator in power section, for example ic401, you look at the board you will see all the components section of ic401, all the capacitor have 4 for example c423 or resistor r423 like that one. You check all the section of the power supply. Hope I help you. bye
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I can’t find where the AC power cord plugs in on the back of the monitor.Answer
There are two places where the AC connector could be found.
1. Look at the back of the monitor right next to the signal cable connection.
2. If the signal cable does not detach from the monitor, follow the signal cable to the end, and you will see the 15 pin D-Sub connector (blue connector). There you will find a small hole with a pin inside (in between the two notches).
Yes, absolutely know that one. It is a problem with the hardware in your monitor. I had the very same problem, there is no tuning or anything else thats going to fix it. Hopefully, you are still under warranty, well since it's six years old probably not. Since LCD flatpanel have dropped dramtically in price, I suggest you get a new LCD. The cost and trouble to fix it just isn't worth it. Best.