When you say it turns off, is the power light going out too?
If the power light is still lit when the screen blanks, it may be a faulty backlight inverter.
After 10 minutes elapse and the screen goes out, if you power it back on, do you get another 10 min, or does it last a much shorter time period, or not at all?
Your best bet is probably simply to buy a new monitor, and sell yours as "broken" on eBay, I'm sure someone out there capable of fixing it would be willing to pay pennies on the dollar to subsidize your replacement screen.
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the air flow from a compressor is determined by the capacity of the pumping system
with a piston type compressor it is the bore by the stroke
in a diaphragm type is it is the diaphragm dia by the stroke
that is the maximum cubic feet of air a minute produced
pressure is the resistance to flow so regardless of the pressure or restriction it will only produce that set air flow at that rpms
do not confuse the flow with pressure as it works like this the greater the restriction the greater the pressure in reserve but the less flow in cubic ft per minute through the restriction
for example a compressor producing 10 cubic feet per minute does that with not restriction but with no pressure
at 25% restriction to air flow the pressure in the tank will now rise to say 25 psi and the flow from the restriction will drop to 8 cubic feet per minute
at 50% restriction the compressor is still putting out 10 cubic feet of air per minute but the tank pressure has risen to 50 psi and the flow from the restriction has dropped to 4 cubic ft per minute
go to the extreme end and the compressor is still producing 10 cubic ft of air per minute , the restriction now allows 100 psi in the tank but the low from the restriction has been reduced to 2 cubic ft per minute
the simple equation is pressure = flow X resistance
I just had this exact problem. It kept getting worse until we had no water. Our Rinnai tankless hot water heater started the same way though, with hot water for a few minutes and then would shut off with an error code 10. We just had to shut the hot water off and then back on, wait a minute or so and we had hot water back for a few minutes. Our unit would come on with a loud vibrating noise and remain until it shut off with an error code 10 (air flow fault). The solution was to remove the blower fan and blow out the squirrel cage. Ours had moths in it. We also vacuumed out the fan housing. Be careful to mark any wires you disconnect and take pictures before removal. Our unit is now almost silent when it comes on and supplies endless hot water.
In my years as an Electronic Technician I have had two simular situtions happen to me. Both were in TV's but the results was the same, they had to 'warm up'. Then they played fine until they cooled off. I finally discovered that in the power supply I had a ceramic resistor that should have been about 2 ohm had changed to Mega ohm and was not letting power through fast enough to start quickly. Once it got the caps built up it worked fine. The other was also in the PS and it was a large cap that was just slow to take a charge. Don't know that either of these fit your situation but that is the only two times I have experienced a problem of that nature
The only thing I can tell you is that a semiconductor is after 5 to 10 minutes is probably getting hot and when it does it produces the noise. I would take the top off and see if you can pin point the noise, then replace whatever is doing it.
Hello: 37 inchs have a television of the problem is that it works
like 10 minutes and turns off the image, has sound but no image, turn
off and on again returns to normal work and 5 minutes the picture goes
but still sound, can you help?
The C4000 is a 4 megapixel camera and can produce photos that should produce very nice 8 x 10 photos.
11 x 14 prints may be pushing it a bit.
Your cameras should be set for 2048 x 1536 and the .jpg compression should be set to "Super High".
Better yet, that camera can produce TIFF format. For photos you plan to print, use the TIFF format.
The other half of this process is the printer. Most inkjet printers have a number of settings. Make sure that it is set for photo paper and be sure to use glossy photo paper.
If you can print a 8 x 10 print in less than a minute, your printer is not set right.
If it seems like it is taking forever, it is set right.
Using Photoshop Elements 2:
Open your photo into Elements.
Click Image, Resize, Image Size
Remove the checkmark from "Resample Image"
Change resolution to 300.
Notice that the width height is about 5 x 7 inches.
So if you print that photo at 300 dpi (dots per inch), you will get an outstanding 5 x 7 print.
Most inkjet printers produce their very best outputs at 300 dpi. At 200 dpi, the image is still quite good. When you get below 150, you will start to see changes in quality.
Now set the Resolution to 200 dpi and notice that the output size has changed to about 8 x 10 inches.
Now check to see how it will look on paper.
Click File, Print Preview
You can verify that the photo fits on the paper and that the paper is correct (horizontal/vertical).
Now print the photo.
The next window that opens should let you get to your printer properties and you can verify that you have the printer set for it best settings and that paper is set to photo paper.