Question about LG Flatron L1715S 17" LCD Monitor
It could be a simple cap problem on the control card. But, a 17"? That may not be worth the effort. Unless you have time and curiosity to look for a damaged component on the inner board. Since it does nothing screenwise it is probably something obvious if you open it up.
Good luck with your project. Maybe this will help. https://www.manualslib.com/manual/786974/Lg-Flatron-L1715s.html
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
A quick Google tells me this is a VGA analog interface monitor. Have you another monitor to test with, to see if the problem is the PC or the monitor. If another monitor works (esp. a CRT) your L1730s may still be fine. Set the refresh rate of the graphics adapter to 60HZ. then test your LCD again. Some monitors just blank the screen when they get a refresh rate they cannot handle. p.d.
Posted on Jan 14, 2007
SOURCE: Analog Power Saving Mode
Firstly check the connecting cable from the screen to the computer at both ends. Ensure that the thumbscrews that keep the connector in place are tight. Has the PC been moved recently? Any chance the cable could have been put in the wrong place? You can get the installation manual on the following link to see where that cables should go: http://us.lge.com/filedown.do?filepath=1000000757&fileName=L1750B-BF.pdf Try resetting the monitor by pressing the "Auto/SET" button on the front panel for a few seconds with the PC on. If that fails you can do a full factory reset on the monitor by using the on screen menu and navigation to the "reset" function on the setings (gearwheel) page. This is described in the manual page A12. If all this fails then disconnect the cable to the monitor, the monitor should display "no input signal" if it does suspect the PC graphics card is faulty.
Posted on Jul 30, 2007
SOURCE: "analog power save mode"
different monitors have different settings. Anyhow, press the menu button on your monitor (hope it is there otherwise some other button must have been assigned this function). Choose recall or auto adjust or factory default from there (whichever of these options you can see). Nothing serious.....
Posted on Oct 01, 2007
if the monitor showing powersaving mode, monitor is ok. It must be your CPU complaint.
Posted on Feb 06, 2008
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