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Flashing Power Light

My monitor is completely dark, blank screen. The power button continually flashes, Have tried rebooting, etc. but still nothing.

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Re: Flashing Power Light

Found cold solder joints, re-soldered and monitor is operating properly now.

Posted on Dec 20, 2009

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Got the same problem sometimes it worked after rebooting the Pc multiple times but is really annoying to restart the Pc for 20 minutes before i can work with it.

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Power supply on monitor is being pulled down. Probably a bad inverter board. Confirm this by disconnecting the power cable to the board and apply power to the monitor. The flashing amber light will now cycle.

Posted on Jun 27, 2008

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I have the same problem with mine monitor. power light flashes but screen is still black....Poor HP quality. It's only 13 month old

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Re: Flashing Power Light

When this occurs an inverter, backlight, vga connectiosn, etc could be the cause, my suggestion is connect it to some other device, if you get the same result then your monitor is bad!

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