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No display monitor,no display,power indicator lights

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  • CompMomGA Nov 19, 2007

    I thought my monitor was completely dead but when I plugged it in today the led power light blinked a few times but the monitor still didn't come on. I make sure it is plugged into a working outlet and it is not plugged into a computer.



    Any ideas?

  • Crash Bash Nov 25, 2007

    I have a Gateway FPD1975W 19-inch. The power light will flicker on when I power it up then the monitor won't come on. The warranty just expired and Gateway won't service the monitor. Any suggestions on how to fix it or get it repaired.

  • eduardoh Jan 29, 2008

    I have the same problem : NEC Multisync LCD 19080 Sxi Power on and even with the cable disconnected the led is green, blinking with a very low frequency .
    Usually when the cable is disconnected the led is yellow . Tried to connect to another computer and the result is the same.

  • traggio Sep 07, 2008

    II have an X2Gen MG19VT 19" LCD
    onitor purchased 1/30/06. Problem: The monitor does not go on9the screen is black). The AV adaptor shows a flickering light however no current is going thru to the monitor. The AC adaptor is made by Powertron Electronics Corp(PEC). Model # AD1250B. Input:100-240v-1.28 amps -61050Hz Ouput: 12v-4.17amps-50w max.

    I have diconnected from computer given it a rest and the reconnected with no results. All wiring and adaptor checked for correct attachment.

    traggio@nycap.rr.com

  • Tom1119 Oct 23, 2008

    I have 2 X2Gen V19 monitors. One of hte monitors has periodically gone out, but i could fix it by simply unplugging and plugging it back in. Today, it went out and the normal fix doesn't work. However, when i plug the monitor into my other adapter, it works, which suggests an adapter problem, not a monitor problem.

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Hi, My picture just collapsed and the power light went out. The mains lead and the surge fuse on the main board are both ok, there are no visual signs of damage but there is a ticking sound which only stops when the mains lead is pulled out no matter which position the on/off switch is in. The CRT cathode heaters are NOT lit, so could this be a Low Tension problem?

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Check the power cable, whether pluged well or not remove the monitor cable which is connected to your CPU only pluged the power cable and watch the LED status and let me know

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