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When I was adjusting something or other somehow I put it in eco mode and that option doesn't light up for me to select it to get out of it. The screen is very dim. I've just moved so I can't find my manual (which I don't think was very detailed anyhow). Thanks for any ideas!
You should have some buttons at the bottom of your screen go on mode and try finding the way back (hope that'll work)
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: samsung syncmaster 713bm
This problem is caused by a fault with IC200 on the main board, this seems to be a common failure with the Novatek chip and can only be replaced by a repair company as the new chip needs to be reprogammed and it is also surface mounted.
Posted on Jul 17, 2008
I had the same problem some time ago and I have managed to find a very useful website where explains how to fix it!
The solution comes from a Spanish Forum site, originally written in Spanish! Using Google translator you can have the step by step solution in English, although sometimes the translation is not too accurate!
I have managed to get my screen back to life with a total expense of 25p and 15 minutes of my Life!
Just cut and paste this link!
I hope this helps!
Posted on Jan 29, 2009
SOURCE: Samsung SyncMaster 720N ...
OK, I've figured it out! There's something wrong with the control chip,
so if you don't have it under warranty, here's what you can do:
1. Turn off the monitor
2. Unscrew the face of the monitor
3. Remove the bottom part of the face from the backside, so you can see the chip
(the control chip is located on the face of the monitor, under the buttons)
4. You will see a small white connector about 5mm wide, UNPLUGG it
5. Put the small cable that you've unconnected under the front, so you can close the monitor back
6. Close the monitor and plug it back in
That's it. You won't be able to change your settings (they autoadjust anyway), but you won't have to throw the monitor away!
Posted on Dec 01, 2009
You need you check your display cable. it should be connected in your CPU. sometime cable lose in CPU..then monitor not given any display ...
Posted on Dec 20, 2009
SOURCE: syncmaster 913v not optimum mode
I just resolved this problem for my SyncMaster 913N.
It seems to be a known issue, however it can take quite some time for the problem to occur. In my case about 3,5 years, so well out of warranty.
Short term solution: unplug your monitor from power. The switch on the front is not good enough. Pull the plug and leave it for an hour or so (all night if you can). Good chance the monitor will work next time you power it up.
The problem will is likely to come back..
Permant fix requires some basic soldering as per this video:
I just managed it and it has been ages since I soldered a resistor so you may very well be able to do it. I spent $25 on tool and part and saved me from buying a new monitor.
Posted on May 01, 2010
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