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Monitor has no power

I have a Viewsonic 19" widescreen LCD monitor, and it no longer powers on. I have checked the cord, and the connection, but it still doesnt turn on. Is there anything else I can do to salvage the monitor?? It is out of warranty, but is still a very nice monitor, just doesn't turn on.

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Re: Monitor has no power

Is posible a malfunction on the power on/off button or a internal integrate burn, the best thing that u can't do is to get on a service dep to get fix if u don't have a good electrical degree, im sorry for that but this is the real truth. 

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24" widescreen lcd viewsonic monitor will not power up.

Check the power supply caps, solder connections, etc.
If you are going to DIY and have proper tools and know safety precaution then please read on:
Most common failures in the LCD monitors are bad capacitors (bulging top/seal or leaking) in the power supply, blown fuses; poor solder joints, failed inverter circuits (blown fuse, shorted transistors, shorted/open transformers), bad lamps (poor solder connections or worn out lamps). You will need to open it up and inspect the inside, see example of failed monitors to get some ideas what to look for:
Post back what you see inside so we can guide you further and it will help out other people in the future also.
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My viewsonic monitor works fine for some time but the n suddenly stops displaying even though the power cord is fine ...after some time it comes alive or some times by fidgeting with the power cord.....

It sounds like a loose connection. The easy thing to try is to replace the power cord to make sure that's not the problem. If that doesn't fix it, it's probably a broken or loose wire inside the monitor that you would need to trace down with a multimeter.

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Does it have a digital port being used? If you are using the DVI port, it is probably digital. Try using the menu to selct the port. If it doesn't work, not sure from here. What is the model number?

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Your monitor have a bad condensator in the PSU.

The only thing to do is to replace the Power Supply Unit (very expensive, more than a new monitor) or if you have electronic tools, found and replace that condensator.(cheaper way...)


Have you connected your monitor with a new power cord ?

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No display, clipping sound appear

The clipping sound is the internal safety switch that keep shutting down the monitor.
It means there is an internal problem on the main board (overvoltage, bad component , short).
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Won't power on. No lights at all.

You have done Most of it...
You have tried to swap the Power cords that work fine with the Other Monitors and If that do not work there are 2 things externally that could be bad.

1-> The Power Button.
2-> The Port where you would Plug in the Power cable.

so Check if the Power button is stuck or Broken, or Loose out of control.
besides that If with one of the good power cord connected when you connect an external Head phone and you receive some Kind of sound out of it.,
It could be because of the Display settings.
you can try the monitor self test.
By having the Monitor Unpluged from the computer but still connected to the power.
you would see a message that shows, that the VGA cable is not pluged in if that shows your Monitor is fine otherwise it is BAD.

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It may be your power cord to the monitor. Did you use the same cord when you attached the monitor to a different computer?

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