My monitor won't come out on it's own. I have to use the remote to open it up and pull the monitor and push the angle button all at the same time to get it to come out. I think the belt may have come off of the motor or something like that. Does anyone have any suggestions???
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Push the "Menu" button on the front or side of your Dell
monitor. The button's icon resembles a miniature monitor. This will open
the main monitor setting menu. Push the button again to exit the main
menu and open the OSD menu.
Push the "Down Arrow" button on the monitor to scroll
through the OSD menu. Stop at "Factory Reset." Push the "Menu" button to
open the factory reset menu.
Push the "Down Arrow" button to select "Position Settings
Only" to reset the monitor's horizontal and vertical screen settings.
Press the "Menu" button to activate the setting changes.
Push the "Down Arrow" button to select "Color Settings Only"
to reset the monitor's red, blue and green color settings. Press the
"Menu" button to activate the setting changes.
Push the "Down Arrow" button to select "All Settings" to
restore the monitor to its original factory settings. Press the "Menu"
button to activate the setting changes.
Push the "Up Arrow" button to select "Exit" to leave the
monitor reset menu. Press the "Menu" button to exit the OSD menu. Push
the "Menu" button again to exit the main settings menu.
If you're still looking for help I have the same one and had the same issue. You have to push the eject button once and right after push and hold it and it will let you change the angle. You have to be really quick between the push and push and hold. If it opens, just close and try again.
Hi Remove the sound card and blow the slot with dry air to rid off dust. Examine it to make sure nothing's damaged and fix it again. Checkout the RAM's.Probably remove them,wipe the slots off dust and fix them again.Make sure they're well seated on their slots.
Call dell with the 20 digit serial no at the back,if it is in warranty you will get a replacement monitor for this issue
i had the same problem mine was replaced
Normally Monitor has 3 year warranty for parts
This should be an (LCD) screen. They are the ones that usually have this kind of problem. You will need to take it to have it checked if the problem is the VGA signal cable leading to the monitor. They will check if it is properly connected or has gone bad. It is very unlikely that the screen is bad. When this VGA signal cable goes bad it could result in a totally blank screen.
if there are no screws holding the covering on then there maybe a "snap/barb" type fastener. Theres a special tool that is nothing more than an "angled tool" which can depress and keep barb out of way and you wiggle a side free, more than one is preferred. NO NOT FORCE it but depress if that what it uses, otherwise you'll break it off, though flexible. Think of angle as in a ramp that slides into place and hits barb and pushes out of way so it can be pulled through hole from behind. Also, it need not be pushed down too hard, otherwise the barb is forced against side and removal is still hard. I hope you get the idea.
I used a small screw driver and gently wiggled and snapped at the corners and the midpoints around the moniter.
I have Model X203H & had the same problem. The support CD explained how to adjust the monitor:
Screen position adjustment
To optimize the viewing position, you can adjust the monitor tilt by using
both of your hands to hold the edges of the monitor.
The monitor can be adjusted to 15 degrees up or 5 degrees down.