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Gateway 22" flatscreen monitor won't display after startup

Screen won't display. Gateway logo display during start up, then diappears. Power touch button turns abmer after a few seconds and nothing show on screen. Another monitor works just fine with the computer, so issue must be with monitor. Any answers out there?

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  • bigtola Mar 24, 2009

    Screen won't display. Gateway logo display during start up, then diappears.



    And what will it cost to fix err. Or is it worth it.

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    mark May 11, 2010

    http://support.gateway.com/support/supin...
    http://support.gateway.com/s/MONITOR/701...

    have a look at these two sites they might be help to you


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Monitor has blown capacitors internally on the power board I can fix these let me know what you would like to do.

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