Question about Proview PL 566s 15" Flat Panel LCD Monitor
Will Not Power up
Hi, If no indicator lights, no reaction when push the power on button, then chances are that you have a power supply problem. If your particular brand/model has a built-in power supply then it has to be opened up and diagnose. Normally most units would show a light indicator by simply plugging it into an outlet. That light changes color or another one lites up when the power on button is pressed. Absence of the first light indicator means that the system is not getting any power at all. You would be better off seeking the services of a qualified professional. But then again, it just might be the power cord which is of course relatively easy to replace. Try using your computers cord first for the monitor if it fits and matches. Hopes this work out for you and give you an idea or two. Pls post again how things turn up. Good luck and kind regards.
Posted on Aug 03, 2007
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