Question about Philips Standard 107S 17" CRT Monitor
Make sure the mains plug is firmly inserted. The most likely cause of the problem is a power supply problem which will be uneconomical to repair in the current day. Cheaper to replace with an LCD.
Posted on Sep 28, 2009
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