The problem that I am now experiencing intermittently is an image on the LCD screen that has "ghosting" (lines and objects repeating fainter and fainter- echoing to the right). For all that remember analogue tv, it looks like the antenna should be moved. Would like some suggestions.
I bought Same Monitor Dec. '06 and Jus last week It faded to black and then now doesn't power on. my protection plan sent me a new one that powered on for like 20 secs. So now I have another one coming. I also knows its not my PC cuz I'm using a monitor right now. I think Proview and Circuit City Sucks
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The TCON Board or the LCD panel is faulty. Can confirm only by replacing the TCON board.
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Sounds like it's either ghosting, or image persistance.
Ghosting on LCD monitors is usually caused by interference via the monitor cable. Try moving your monitor cable so that it doesn't pass near any other cables or electronic devices. If that helps, then position the cable away from the others perminantly or replace the cable with a "shielded" monitor cable.
Image persistance on an LCD can be caused by leaving it on with the same image for a very long time. The pixels don't exactly "burn-in" like on the old CRT monitors, but over time, they can develop a memory that causes them to change color slowly or incompletely. Prevention is best (turn the monitor off when not in use, or use a rotating screen saver.) But if it is already a problem, you do have a few options. You can turn it off for a long time, run a rotating screen saver for a long time, or display a solid white screen for a while. Another technique is to create a slideshow in the Windows screensaver with a solid white image and a solid black image (create them in MS Paint and save them where you can find them later.) Let it alternate between the white and black screens for a while and check to see improvements.
probably failure in the LCD controller IC in the lcd controller board. that no signal was sent out to the lcd driver ic thus you could only see white display. A replacement of LCD panel is the best solution. I suggest to bring it to an authorized service center. best regards
Usually, LCD monitor ghosting appears when the cable isn't tight, the cable is faulty, or low quality. The cable should be less than 8-10 feet long. Try using a different monitor cable (they're mostly interchangable) and see if the problem goes away. I'd put my money on the cable or a loose cable connection.
any vertical or horizontal line (any color any size) showing stable on the screen that is the hardware damage at the LCD panel back board ( call panel driver board) . it repair complicate but easy to do change LCD panel (common parts). you need find a PC service dealer to do so.
You are on the right track. Sometimes the ribbon cables will look fine but the wire inside the insulation is broken and will result in intermittant problems. Definately check the cable first and repair or replace. It is best to meter the cable while not connected to avoid false readings through other components. Should be a relatively easy repair.
Probably a good solution. 17" LCD's are pretty inexpensive these days and probably cost as much to diagnose and fix this one. You can purchase on-line as well.