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Dell monitor 2005 FPW power buttonblinks green for 1 sec and won't stay on

The above monitor is usually on 24 hours a day except for weekends. This morning the power button when pressed turns green along with the number 1 buton for less than a second, the screen never comes on or even flicker. I changed power chords and outlets, The light wont stay on even when not connected to the computer. I have not tried to hook it to another computer because I turned it off myself through windows Ultimate 7. I have repaired a Samsung LCD by changing out bad transistors. Any suggestion. I will try to hook it to this computer in the meantime

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Probable power supply failure

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SOURCE: Dell LCD. Will show desktop for less than 1 sec

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It’s very likely your monitor has failed. Most Dell monitors have a 3 yearwarranty, so if you got it before three years, you could get it replaced bycalling Dell. If you got the monitor with the computer, you can check yourwarranty online from with your computer Service Tag fromhttp://support.dell.com/support/topics/global.aspx/support/my_systems_info/details?c=us&l=en&s=gen .If you bought the monitor separately, you would need an Order Number orCustomer Number for the purchase, or you could call Dell support and they couldpull it out with your registered phone number. Dell would also need the serialnumber (starting with CN XXX..) from the back of the monitor. 
 
Monitor User guide for 1905FP available at http://support.dell.com/support/edocs/monitors/r83546/EN/index.htm

 
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Posted on Mar 26, 2009

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SOURCE: my monitor screen goes black

probably the hardware (internal electronic parts) is having trouble powering up the panel and it should be replaced / serviced according to the terms of the warranty. I suggest to bring it to an authorized Dell sevice center. regards

Posted on May 16, 2009

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SOURCE: Dell LCD power up issue

Hi,

I suggets you try your Monitor with another pc and see if its behaving the same if the same then the monitor is bad
Now if there is change ie its showing on the other PC then your pc VGA card is faulty or is not seated correctly on its slot pls check this,
Also swap VGA cards this how you will know its status .

Last get another VGA card


Good luck


Posted on Nov 13, 2009

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SOURCE: The DELL E172FPb LCD Monitor (switch light flicks green)scr black

You need to open it up and inspect the componente inside, look at the fuse and the transistors in the inverter circuits first, also look for sign of over heating on the board, see pictures here for the guide: http://s807.photobucket.com/home/budm/allalbums

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