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Power button turns off monitor but it comes back on after a few seconds
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
vmesa, Do not feel alone! Your monitor's problem same as ten thousand other CCFL back-lit LCD monitors all over planet earth!!!! Yes, and I mean the exact same symptom as you have stated. Yes, it can be fixed, but you shouldn't look to software or drivers to do it. Read my and other monitor guru's FIXYA profiles to find out if you have what it takes to attempt DIY repair on your unit!!! Follow all links you find and visit YOUTUBE!!! After an hour or two of reading you will understand your monitor and what might be the real cause for it's Black or Blank n Black screen symptom and how to fix it. If your pocket is deep enough, then skip all the reading and use VX1940w for trade-in on new unit. 12fixlouie
Bye for now.
Posted on Feb 19, 2010
This is not a Fix to the Problem, If you read some of the other
"fixes" that relate to this you will see that it is a more serious
problem and one that Acer should Do the Honorable Thing and have a
I actually went in side on three of the Same Monitors and one that was a 21 inch and found the problem is "HEAT"
You can see where a Board actually shows Browning on the Circuitry I am Going to try to order a new board P/N:AS08B360411.
I will update as soon as work is completed.
Posted on Mar 18, 2010
my_secret_mb, Stop pressing the ON/OFF switch! It's broke!!! The unit's internal power supply will need some work done on it. Unit will need to be evaluated first!! This is a common problem for ALL LCD monitors. If unit out of warranty period, then you will need to do some intense speed reading of my higher page number responses in my fixya profile to understand the problem your cold-cathode-fluorescent-lamp back-lit lcd monitor has and the options that you have. You will also need to base your decision on the age and total number of "ON" hours unit has seen during it's lifetime. Do not dispair or feel sad about what has happened to your monitor. A low side guess would be 50 units/day fail world-wide. Your unit may have failed filter capacitors or possible failed solder joint on printed circuit board. (thermally intermittant) I hope this helps you. 12fixlouie north of "Windy City" USA
Posted on Apr 02, 2010
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