The LCD monitor keeps on Flashing/Blinking. The connection with the CPU is OK. I can see the Window screen between the flash. It is working OK with other monitor. Can somebody hepl me. I have already unscrewed the monitor and I don't see any capicitor burn out
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My samsung monitor model 2233SW PLUS keeps flashing on and off and if i press the side button a menu type magic bright comes and shows whether to change in cinema ,custom ,text,internet mode etc,and when this option comes it doesn't flash and after 10sec this option goes off then again it keeps flashing in 5 sec. and the menu option doesn't come if by chance it comes than again for 2 to 3 min it stops flashing sometimes for 5 min .please help
Most LCD monitor (depends on the brand) power indicator light will either turn from Green to Amber, or flashing Amber, or flashing green, when it does not detect video signal feeding it. So it may be normal with your monitor. Are you haivng problem with the display? If it displays he pictue OK then there is nothing to worry about.
It is possible that the video card in cpu is bad, try hooking up another monitor to the cpu (computer) if you have one that will let you know if it is the monitor or the computer video card, Could be as simple as the driver is missing.
You have an intermittent problem. That means a component is going bad in all probability. If it was a capacitor that burned up you would not have any picture. Your problem requires a schematic plus an tester. You would need to check values for all components. If you have not done this (and assuming you can follow an electrical schematic) and if new to diagnosing these types of problems plan on spending many hours at the task. The question you need to ask yourself perhaps is is it worth it.....particularly since even if you find the problem it may require ordering parts...and you might need some basic soldering skills, etc.....If it was me...I would probably either send it in for repair (deifnitely if under warranty) or buy another.