Question about Dell E151FP 15" Flat Panel LCD Monitor
My monitor screen goes white, I have to turn it off and put it away for three weeks, after that period i can reconnect my monitor and it works for a few days and it goes white again and I have to disconnect and put away again for three weeks before it works again.
You are having pixel problem..
Pixel guidance will vary according to the flat panel purchased from Dell. E151FP This has a standard 2 bright pixel defect tolerance before Replacement will be valid. As a summary, please see the following guidelines Dell issues regarding
pixel replacement: 1 to 2 Defective Pixels anywhere on screen are not terms for flat panel replacement. Dell does not replace a flat panel if only one or two pixels are out. This also applies to white, black, red, blue, or green pixels. The only exception to the above rule will be if a flat panel has two pixels stuck ON in the center of the screen. The center of the screen is defined as the area of the screen that is four inches horizontally, by three inches vertically.
3 to 5 Defective Pixels on the screen. These are not normally replaced unless the configuration of the defective pixels are a particular nuisance i.e. they are clustered in line of sight. 6 to 10 Defective Pixels The monitor will be replaced automatically if
this amount of defective pixels is found. Adjacent Pixels: Two sets of Adjacent defective pixels are allowed on a flat panel except in the center. If there are more than two anywhere on the screen, it is pronounced defective and the flat panel will be replaced. No adjacent defective pixels are allowed in the center of the screen, this is declared defective and will be replaced.
3 Defective Pixels in a row anywhere on the flat panel is unacceptable. The flat panel will be replaced. Pixels that do not interfere with the line of sight, such as those that are in a corner, do not qualify for replacement.
If you notice more than six (6) fixed pixels on your display, or if there are several fixed pixels in a small area of the screen, refer to the E-mail Dell section under Additional Information to contact Dell Technical Support.
For help with specifics on your Dell system, or additional troubleshooting support, refer to http://www.support.dell.com.
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Posted on Jan 03, 2008
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