Question about ViewSonic VA902b 19" Monitor
To start test the problem on a different main outlet, if the socket or the network in the house is not well earthed you may get this problem.
The problem is given by an internal faulty component, probably a faulty capacitor.
When you unplug and plug back, the electrostatic charges in internal circuit will get drained, and this will compensate the fault.
The monitor must be tested at component level to find the fault.
Posted on Dec 09, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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