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Problem with powering the monitor up. It just flicks off.

My monitor just don´t want to start properly. I can be pushing the powerbutton for 10 mins before the monitor actually is powering up. I´ve had the problem for around 2 months now, and i bought the monitor for roughly a year ago. I´ve used it together with my computer via DVI and i´ve also been watching some TV on it. I think the problem came when i installed windows 7 on my computer instead of vista which i had before. But if its something up with the power suupply, the drivers shouldnt mean very much or am i wrong? I´ve tried to deconnect everything except the power cable and the problem persists. What should i do?

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  • chanix Jun 21, 2009

    Thanks for answering! I have no clue about how to take it apart, but i can try tomorrow maybe. I dont have enough time today to investigate the case.


    But this problem is really making me sick. Imagine you hear from a friend that something interesting is showing on TV and you want to check it out as well. You try to power your TV up but don´t succed before that show is over, really annoying.

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The operating system would not stop it from powering on.
It should power on even if disconnected from a computer.
You are probably in need of having the powerboard redone. Possibly a failing inverter.
If you know how to take it apart and can get some pictures to me at bammbamm@ptd.net , I may be able to see the problem.

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