Question about ASUS VE208T 20 inch LCD Monitor
Could it be the LCD screen problem? it looks as if there's no power connected to it. it works just fine a few minutes ago. i rarely use this monitor. it's not new either. got it like 2 years ago. never happened before and it had just happened today. can it be fixed?
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Posted on Dec 10, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: I have a ASUS VW192T
I too have the same problem, the only way i found to go around it is too remove the power cable e plug it in again..But anyways, im taking it to assistance today
Posted on Jan 31, 2009
dustcore025, Need a little more info here. Do you know age of monitor? Was it or did it display a "perfect' image on it the day before? Is it under warranty? How far are you willing to go to try and repair this thing? Do you know how to "part" the snap together plastic back cover from the bezel, after removing the pedestal? This sounds to me like a Switch-mode-power-supply or Inverter problem that occurs when some Electrolytic Filter Capacitors get a little bit TIRED of being constantly subjected to high temperatures near heatsinks that are used to keep semiconductors within operating limits. You can determine how bad this may be if you can do a test and remember what happens. Here is what to do. Make sure PC is fully booted displaying WIN desktop or some other screen. Next, with someone to keep hitting the CTRL or SP bar key every 20-40 seconds while you reconnect both cables of your MM17 back to the PC video port and ac outlet. Now try to turn on the monitor and note exactly what you see and for how long. Did it have a sharp clear image, even for 1-2 seconds? did the screen go black? OK! Next thing is to shine a bright flashlight onto the screen 2 inches away from where you know there was something a few seconds ago. Try it at different angles and not if you see anything. get back to me with results of test. I'm louie12fix on fixya or lmistyrel @ aol.com BYE for now.
Posted on Apr 06, 2009
1. You can see images on the screen for a few minutes. That means there is nothing wrong with your computer.
2. When your screen goes blank, if you disconnect and then reconnect the monitor, it shows fine again for a few minutes before going blank (or dim) again. That means the problem is not with you video card.
3. It always shows the image after reconnection for exactly a few minutes before going blank again. yes? this means that there is nothing wrong with your cable.
Conclusion: Sorry, but you do not have many options. I bleieve that the problem is with your monitor that's going bad. Its far cheaper to get it replaced than to repair it.
Posted on Oct 04, 2009
Testimonial: "Thanks for a logical explanation. Appreciate it. However I think it is a problem with power a supply capacitor(I found it after some online research)"
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