Question about HP L1940T 19" LCD Monitor
I have a HP 1940 LCD Monitor which is about 3 yrs old. The monitor started to power off on its own while I am working. After restarting the PC or waiting for an hour or two, it would come back up on its own. I tried unistalling and reinstalling the drivers but this did not fix the problem. I wonder if there is some part in the monitor that has to be replaced. Any ideas on what should I do to fix this issue?
There's an internal hardware problem in your monitor - cold soldered / defective electronic part/s. I suggest to bring the unit to an authorized service center for proper diagnosis & fix the problem. best regards
Posted on May 21, 2009
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