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Our monitor recently went black, but the power light continued to blink green, on and off. WE unplugged and then plugged it back in, and this cured the problem the first time. However, now the monitor won't come on at all. Can this problem be fixed or is it time to replace the monitor?
From your description, it sounds like a failure in the internal power
supply of the monitor. Having the unit repaired is an option, but
the cost is likely to be prohibitive, around $95.00. I would recommend
that you upgrade to a newer display, and you should
be able to do so for less than $200.00. Again, from the description,
the monitor is where the issue is. I would recommend taking your display to some
other computer and
confirming that the issue follows the monitor and not the cables or PC.
I hope this helps with your issue.
Posted on May 21, 2008
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