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My son dropped this TV/computer. Now I have a black screen on the left side of the monitor. I now dont have a computer and only half screen on the tv. Can this be fixed? What is your best guess on what the problem might be? Thanks, Pat
It is probably a broken backlight. This should be able to be fixed. It may be aconnector came partially loose when it was dropped. This shoild also be fairly easily fixed. Hope this helps.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: using tv as moniter for games
Try setting the resolution on the desktop when you are on the tv I found that I had this problem before myself and the only way to make it bigger was adjusting my desktop resolution I had also made sure all my settings where correct on my tv as well but I think if you goto the advanced properties on your secoundary or primary if you are using that and adjust the resolution.
are you using VGA or SVIDEO?
Posted on Nov 30, 2008
SOURCE: I have a single yellow
Let me guess, its an LCD? Unfortunately this has happened with blue lines to our customers.
Sorry, but chances are you wont be able to do anything yourself, best to take it to where you bought it from (or ring the manufacturer) to get a replacement (if its still under warranty), else you may need to purchase a new one.
Posted on Dec 16, 2008
Depending on the age of the monitor, this could be a symptom of a failing LCD display (or CRT tube, if you're using one of the older styled big ones). one way to test for sure though, is if you have access to another computer (whether it be desktop or laptop, shouldn't matter) and hook it up to that one and see if the same thing happens. If it does, then you know that your monitor is at fault. If you are within manufacturer's warranty you can usually get it repaired through your place of purchase, or directly with the manufacturer themselves, but if not, then repairs are usually not worth it, and will probably cost more than the monitor is currently worth.
Posted on May 07, 2009
make sure no other electronic items like T.V r near by n better don place mobiles close to monitor n also don keep speakers parallel to monitor front panel
Posted on Sep 18, 2009
PCG-281L is the hardware configuration code of the computer. Based on the configuration code the computer belongs to VGC-LT1 series computer model. From the below link you can download the Manuals and Specs for this series models:
Posted on Dec 19, 2010
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