Question about Liquid Video A170E101 Monitor
Just moved to a new apartment and whe I reassembled my desktop I can't get the monitor to stay on.it shows an image for about half a second and then goes dark
You'll have to describe the problem in a bit more detail, because it could be a couple different things based on when it goes dark and what "dark" means.
I'm going to guess that the monitor is turning itself off after that second, but you might be describing that it doesn't say it's off, but there is no image (or maybe a really faint image that you can see in the bright light). Try checking it in the bright light after it goes dark. Also, does it seem different if you bang on, shake, or turn it upside down. Don't do this if you haven't already as it will more likely damage it than fix it, but if you have already banged on it, does it change?
I'm working on the same model with a similar problem (not sure it's the same) and will be ripping into it soon and will post the results.
Posted on Nov 05, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Hi hope your monitor issue has resolved. I would suspect the
problem is a hardware issue then a software setting. Since the monitor is over
three and half years old, if your monitor is a LCD with CCFL back light and had
been used almost every day, there may be 3 possible hardware issues. First is
the internal power supply, that can go wrong due to heating problem within the
monitor, this problem usually cause the monitor to display poor quality picture
and may show interference lines on screen prior failure. Secondly, it may be
the inverter that drives the back light, which may fail due to the safety
circuit kicks in, because it involves with high voltages. Thirdly it may be the
backlight itself, which is like most compact CCFL energy saving lamps that
flickers or turn itself off when it reaches the end of its service life. This problem
usually caused the monitor to show redness or yellowness images prior failure.
All of these can be resolved by qualified electronic repairers, all the best.
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