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What do I do after power outage and monitor will not work?


If the device was plugged in when the outage started and / or when power was restored - it may have suffered a power outage related voltage "spike" (or instantaneous rise in voltage greater than it is designed to handle).

Unplug it for 5 - 10 minutes and reconnect. If it fails to function you may need repairs or replacement. Try a different monitor on the computer before condemning it - it may be a problem with the computer's video card instead.

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Vision quest renoir


First check the power supply of your TV,multimeter the export voltage of power supply.if it is defective you can replace it.
if not you need check main boards,and inverter boards
From Wisiny.com can find those parts,power supply,inverter boards and t-con

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I need a manual for a itt vision quest 5001 or i need to know how to reset it.


Great looking product - GEN3 - much better than the Night Owl stuff from 5 yrs ago.
Not sure if you can obtain a manual for a product that is restricted by ITAR regulations. I thought these were MIL use .
The only thing I can find is a SPEC link like :-- Operators Manual. CALL US TODAY AT: Toll Free 1-800-424-8222 http://www.morovision.com/pdf/2006/ITT_NQ5001.pdf
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Vision Quest 32inch PVQ-32VGB password not working... locked out


Hi jcbd,
Did you get any solution so far?
I encounter the same probleme with my TV now
Please let me know what you did,
Thanks

By jcbd on Mar 10, 2010

I have a Vision Quest 32inch PVQ-32VGB and the some of the channels have locked and the factory password of 0000 does not work any suggestions? thanks

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Does anybody know what type of battery The ITT night quest 220 ni


I'm pretty sure that your unit uses the 3V cr123 Lithium battery. You can get it at RadioShack. You can always take it down to radioshack and pretty quick you will find the correct batt.for the unit. Do not use rechargeable batts!

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I turn on my monitor and it works fine for about a minute then i lose the screen. It a vision quest monitor and I'm using it as my second monitor but its hooked up to monitor port 1 on my tower.


The problem is most likely the power cord if this is an LCD screen. They need a specific amperage and if it is just a little off it will do exactly what it does, powers up and then shuts down. Check specifics on the back of the screen and make sure the power supply matches. I had exactly the sam problem on a monitor, I got the right power supply and fixed the problem.

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9" FLIP DOWN TFT LCD CAR MONITOR DVD OVERHEAD TV


No problem.

The size will not be the same.

Ask for the size, you wants the same or a larger size.

atdlee@netzero.com

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