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Samsung 931b Monitor is red

Checked and manually/auto adjusted all color settings and no pins bent or missing from cable

Getting a good image just red Fixable or get serviced?
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Try a different video cable or make a careful inspection of the pins in the video connectors. Look for bent or missing pins. Your missing a color channel.

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How do I adjust the color on monitor?


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    • 1Check the color balance options on your monitor. Typically, there is a button on the monitor itself that can be used to enter the Settings menu and configure color. The color balance may have somehow been changed, resulting in the pink image.
    • 2 Calibrate the color system for your monitor through Windows. Press "Windows-X" to open the Power User menu and select "Control Panel." In the Search bar, type "calibrate display" and click on "Calibrate Display Color" when it shows up. Provide your administrator password or confirmation if prompted.
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    • 4 Check the connectors themselves for bent or damaged pins. A damaged pin can cause a faulty connection, which can lead to errors like a pink-tinted screen. If the pins are just bent, you can try to bend them back into place with a pair of needle nose pliers. If they are otherwise damaged or missing, you'll have to replace the cable itself.
    • 5 Perform a factory reset of your monitor if replacing the cable has not repaired the issue. Instructions for a factory reset vary from one model and manufacturer to the next, so consult your owner's guide for detailed instructions.
    • 6 Connect your computer to a different monitor if the problem persists after factory reset. If the problem persists with a new monitor, the issue is likely with your video card. If this is the case, consult the card's manufacturer for detailed diagnosis and assistance. If not, your monitor may be damaged and incapable of rendering a properly colored image. Take it to a repair professional for repair or replace it.


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My monitor is not displaying red color some...


If only ONE colour is missing - it is usually just the VGA connector that is not plugged in properly or you bent a pin while connecting the monitor to the PC.Unplug the VGA cable and look at the pins and make sure nothing is bent .. then re-insert the VGA connector properly. That should fix it.

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Feb 04, 2011 | Computer Monitors

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Red color channel is missing


Check the monitor cable for missing or bent pins. If you find any bent pins try to carefully bend them back. If they are broken or lodged in the computer or monitor plug you may have to replace the plug.

Move the cable around while the monitor is on to see if moving the cable has any effect on the color. This will indicate if there is internal damage to the cable. Internal damage will require professional repair.

If you are still missing the red channell no matter what you do with the cable the problem is likely to be in the monitor which will need professional repair.

If you want to make sure it is the monitor, not the computer, with the problem try using another monitor.

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Feb 08, 2010 | Samsung SyncMaster 753 DFX 17" CRT Monitor

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My new monitor will not display RED. All the


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Check for a bent pin in the VGA connector. Each color, Red, Green, and Blue has its own pin for the signal. If its pin is bent then no color!

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Dec 29, 2009 | Samsung SyncMaster 930BF 19" LCD Monitor

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Screen comes on but is completely white


Make sure none of the pins on your cable are bent. If they are then even them back out so they are aligned properly, 5 pins on each of the 3 rows. If you are still getting a white screen then go ahead and try another known working monitor on your computer. If the 2nd monitor works then you know its a problem with your original monitor. If the 2nd monitor doesn't work then you know that your video card is bad and would need to be replaced.

Jun 05, 2009 | Samsung SyncMaster 931B 19" LCD Monitor

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Added as 2nd monitor, color PINK


Check the cable...are any of the pins damaged, bent or missing? Can you access the Monitors control panel and reset its settings to factory default?

May 17, 2009 | Samsung SyncMaster 920NW Monitor

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Appearance on monitor is reddish in appearance


Depending on your monitor settings, you should putt all 3 colors on either 0 or 50. whichever is in the middle of the spectrum in your settings. However, when I've seen this problem on monitors, it's been a problem with the cable. Sometimes the cable is tilted, meaning some of the pins aren't connecting. In other cases, missing or bent pins can cause this too. So try to check out both ends of the video cable and adjust it accordingly.

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Monitor flickering and adjustment buttons locked


If the refresh rate is not properly set the monitor may have a wavy or an appearance that lines are going down ... This may also cause a flickering affect.
Distorted or skewed image on monitor. Issue: Distorted or skewed image on monitor.
Cause: This issue can occur from any of the below possibilities.
  1. Windows issue.
  2. Loose or defective cable.
  3. Refresh rate issue
  4. Interference.
  5. Bad monitor.
Solution: Windows Issue If your monitor has a proper display until it gets into Windows 3.x, Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows ME, or Windows XP please see document CH000121 for software or setting related issues.
Loose or defective cable You may receive a distorted image when the cable is loose or defective. Disconnect the video cable going from the back of the computer and verify that no pins are bent, burnt or broken. Once verified re-connect the monitor cable.
Refresh rate issue If the refresh rate is not properly set the monitor may have a wavy or an appearance that lines are going down or across the monitor slowly or fast. This may also cause a flickering affect. Additional information about how to change the refresh rate can be found on document CH000558.
Interference A distorted image can be caused by magnetic or other types of interference. Verify no speakers, fans or other magnetic devices are close to the monitor.
Bad Monitor If the above possibilities have been checked it is likely that the monitor is bad. To verify this it is recommended that the monitor be temporarily disconnected and then connected to another computer. This can be a friends computer, a work computer, and/or a computer at a service center. You can also help verify a defective monitor by connecting another monitor to your computer. Note: Connecting your possibly defective monitor to another computer will in no way harm the other computer.

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Color Problem


In rare instances it is sometimes the 15 pin connector that connects on the computer end. Could be at the monitor end of the same cord, if it is a connector and not hard wired to the inside. Check both possible sides for bent pins.
I once went through an extension cable and had to remove it as it was bad connections and I'd have constant color changes drifting in and out. Sorry, but most likely it is just a cheap monitor on the fritz.

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