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Model 15e604d won't come out of standby mode

Use my lcd tv as a computer monitor when i turn on my computer the monitor does not get a signal but when i press the power button it shows a picture for a second then goes back to standby

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This television is having a problem with component failure. The reason you can tell this is you do see the video information on the screen before the unit goes into the protection mode.The protection mode protects the circuits from doing more damage to themselves.Seeing the the video shows that the television is still functioning. The television needs to be tested and serviced at a service center. The service center will have all the service information to analyze the problem and do the repairs.I hope this information will help you with your problem.

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1. change the VGA cable and test.
2. Plug to another PC or notebook and test.
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You need to get a certified technician to fix it.
If cost is higher than 1/3 of a new 18.5" new :LCD monitor; I think you need to think of purchasing
a new LCD already. As new LCD will cover you with 3 years warranty.
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