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Monitor not working

My on/off switch on the monitor just clicks and flashes but no picture
i have tried it on another pc with same result

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  • taffhassett Jul 26, 2009

    none of these answers work the monitor has got a mains dropper and runs on 12v it is an lcd type DIGIMATE L-1918

  • taffhassett Jul 27, 2009

    WHICH IS THE INVERTER

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If LCD screen, back light is defective and needs to be replaced by a qualified person.

If CRT type, high voltage circuit to CRT is defective causing intermittent hi-voltage supply. Not worth repairing. Better replace if CRT type.

I think this may solve your problem

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If this is LCD monitor, The power supply of you LCD need to be repair.Ask technician to fixed this power. LCD monitor need to epen and replace defective parts

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  • ismash55 Jul 26, 2009

    If your LCD is 12v dc input.. One of the parts in inverter section of inside the LCD monitor is bad. Ask qualified person to do this.

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