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My RCA monitor is clicking when just turned on

My RCA Monitor is clicking when

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  • Starlla Jan 28, 2008

    Unfortunately when I posted my ? only part of it posted. I have to say the problem is in the front of the monitor it is located around the blue bulb housing on the base where the wire leds in the housing is a little white box and when the monitor clicks the white box lights up inside, like a spark inside the box , when the monitor warms up it goes away

  • Starlla Jan 29, 2008

    No the monitor just clicks and after it warms up the click goes away, when it makes the clicking noise the screen reacts to the click.

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Ok does the front led flash. does anything come on screen ..does it shut down

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Why a RCA model d52w23 wont stay on


It is likely the monitor surge protection circuit is operating. Try to turn the monitor off at the mains plug. Turn back on and see if there is any difference.
If you do not have a user guide for this monitor then download from this site.
http://www.retrevo.com/d/ds/progress?doc=eea2bb4e1ac089adaecfb99fa2798e1c&rk=0.13203714648261666

Aug 02, 2014 | Audio Players & Recorders

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RCA flat screen TV turns off by itself and won't turn back on


If your LCD TV or monitor has stopped working, or is displaying one of the following symptoms, then it's a candidate for some new capacitors
- Flickering screen
- Screen image disappears after several seconds
- Dim screen
- Slow start
- Power LED on, but no picture
- Unusual colors and/or lines
The primary cause of LCD TV and monitor failure is caused by faulty capacitors. You can examine the capacitors in your LCD TV or monitor and actually see if they are bad.
If they appear bulged on top, then they need to be replaced.
New capacitors will solve a host of problems in LCD monitors and TV's and will extend the life of your monitor or TV by several years.
Check the cables, connectors and connections.
Take it to a repair shop.

Apr 13, 2014 | RCA L22HD41 22 LCD TV

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Dual screen wont work


Kevin,

1) You cannot plug a monitor into the VGA connector, on the back of the desktop computer, AND plug a second monitor into a DVI connector, on the back of a desktop computer.

In otherwords you can only plug ONE monitor into the motherboard.

[ The I/O area on the back of the desktop computer, is the Input/Output area. This rectangular area has connections for Input devices, and Output devices.

Examples such as a Mouse, Keyboard, (INPUT), VGA devices, (VGA monitor - Output), USB devices, audio devices, (Speakers - Output. Microphone is an Input device), and so on.

The I/O area has a rectangular metal shield. (Thin metal plate)

Connecting a device in the I/O area, is connecting it directly to the motherboard.

Example of a VGA connector, and VGA cable,

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/VGA_connector

Example of a DVI cable, and DVI connector,

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Digital_Visual_Interface

(There are several variations of DVI connectors.
Scroll down ]

To use dual monitors you need a graphics card also.
Graphics card with a VGA connector, or DVI connector. (Or both)

Monitor with VGA cable, plugs into the I/O area on the back of the desktop computer. (Plugs into the motherboard's graphic chipset)

The second monitor plugs into the graphics card's DVI connector, or VGA connector.

[ Just an example,

http://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/SearchTools/item-details.asp?EdpNo=1416091&CatId=3669

On the image of the graphics card on the left;
Go under it to the subheading - + 11 larger images and views.

There are 7 views shown. One is the carton the graphics card comes in. (View 2 from the left)

Going from the left side, count over to the 5th view. Left-click on the 5th view. Shows you the 'business end' of the graphics card.

Starting at the left side it is the HDMI connector, then VGA connector, then DVI connector.

Note*
YES, you can plug a VGA monitor, AND a DVI monitor, into this type of graphics card, and have Dual monitors ]

FIRST:
Computer on, Windows running; Put the Installation disk (CD) in the optical drive's tray. (CD/DVD drive)
Load ALL software.
Drivers, and 'Control Panel'.

Graphics card software loaded, close all windows, go back to your desktop screen. Turn the computer off normally.

Unplug the computer from power. Open the computer case.
FOLLOW Anti-Static Precautions.
(Don't know Anti-Static Precautions? Post back in a Comment)

Physically install the graphics card. Close the computer case.
Plug the VGA cable of the Primary monitor, into the VGA connector in the I/O area, on the back of the desktop computer.

Now plug the DVI cable of the Secondary monitor, into the DVI connector on the graphics card.

(The main monitor you use is the Primary monitor. The second monitor you are going to add, is the Secondary monitor )

Plug the computer into power. Both monitors plugged into power, turn them BOTH on.
Turn the computer on.

When Windows loads you will see a display on the Primary monitor.
Your desktop screen.

Now Right-click on an empty area of your desktop screen.
In the list at the bottom, Left-click on - Properties.

In the Display Properties window that comes up, left-click on the -
Settings tab.

You will see two rectangular icons. 1 and 2.
1 is the Primary monitor. 2 is the Secondary monitor.

Left-click on the Secondary monitor icon.
Go down towards the bottom/middle on the left.

Left-click in the empty square to the left of -
Extend my Windows desktop onto this monitor

Go down to the bottom Right. Left-click on Apply.
Go down to the bottom Left. Left-click on OK.

Your desktop screen will now be on the secondary monitor.


When you open your internet browser, (Yahoo, or Google, or MSN, or Mozilla Firefox, etc), you have to DRAG the screen onto the secondary monitor.

(Let's use Yahoo for an example. Yahoo will be on your Primary monitor.
You need to drag Yahoo onto the Secondary monitor)

Which direction you drag, is up to which direction the two monitors are sitting, on your computer desk.

The way the monitors are sitting in Display Properties; the Primary monitor is on the Left. ( 1 )
The Secondary monitor ( 2 ) is on the Right.

This is the way the two monitors should sit on your computer desk.
(There is a way to switch them around, however)

On your Primary monitor, (Still using Yahoo as an example), go to the RIGHT side. See the blue frame going around the screen?

When you bring the mouse cursor ON the blue frame, it turns into a Double-Sided arrow.
It is difficult at first to keep the cursor as a double-sided arrow.

Move too far to the right, it turns into the usual pointed cursor.
Move too far to the left, and it turns into the usual pointed cursor.
have to keep it on the blue frame.

WHILE the mouse cursor is a Double-Sided arrow, left-click, and hold the left mouse button down. Now drag the screen to the Right.
(Move your mouse to the right)

Keep dragging until the Yahoo browser is on both monitors.

Different size monitors? The display will not be the same size, on both monitors.

[ I use an HP 2009m, 20-inch widescreen monitor, as a Primary monitor, and an RCA EN-V, 26 inch HDTV, as a Secondary monitor.

I have my desktop on the Primary monitor, and FixYa, (Firefox browser), on the Secondary monitor, right now ]

If this is not your problem please state in a Comment.
Also state additional questions in a Comment.

Regards,
joecoolvette

May 10, 2012 | Computers & Internet

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Hook netbook to tv with rca cables


after hooking it the TV we need to toogle to the external monitor.
Presentation or mirrored display mode
  1. Right-click an empty space on the desktop, and select Personalize .
  2. Select Display Settings
  3. When the New Display Detected dialog box appears, the images on both of the displays will be automatically mirrored.
  4. (Optional) To adjust the resolution, so that the display area of the monitors are the same size in the Display Settings window, select a monitor and slide the resolution slide bar. Click OK to save the setting and exit.
The computer is now ready to display the same screen on all output devices, from monitors to projectors. Press the fn and f4 function keys at the same time to switch the image from the notebook display, to the external monitor, or to both. Extending the desktop
  1. Right-click an empty space on the desktop, and select Personalize .
  2. Select Display Settings c01431951.jpg
  3. Select the monitor representing your second display. Click the Extend the desktop onto this monitor checkbox and click OK . NOTE: To help identify your monitors, click Identify Monitors . The numbers 1 or 2 are shown on the monitor icons to help you identify them.
  4. (Optional) To adjust the resolution, in the Display Settings window, select a monitor and slide the resolution slide bar. Click OK to save the setting and exit.
  5. (Optional) To change the direction the desktop will extend (left or right to match how the displays are physically set up), select a monitor and drag it to the desired position.

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No sound


Is there a rca/headphone jack for the monitor? Make sure that the jack is plugged into the computer's audio out rca jack. A driver should not be needed for the audio on the monitor. If the jack is plugged in make sure that the audio is not muted on the computer. Right click on the speaker icon in the right bottom of the screen on the windows tray nand open the sound mixer. Make sure all the sounds are on. Then check the monitor settings and make sure the sound is on and not muted thru the monitor buttons. If the cable is good and all these things are ok then the internal sound amp in the monitor might be bad.

Sep 08, 2009 | Optiquest Computers & Internet

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RCA HDTV - problem turning on


It's on but you are on the wrong input. check your connections from your sources ( i.e. dvd, vcr or satellite/cable box) try pressing source or input button on tv remote

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Sceptre x9g nagaV


you cannot connect your vga monitor to your rca vcr its not compatible unless you have a vga to rca converter

Nov 03, 2008 | Sceptre X9G-NagaIV 19" LCD Monitor

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No S-Video nor RCA Video output to monitor


First, you've checked and the monitor will display other sources plugged into the same monitor input?  And you've tried plugging the receiver into another TV?  Otherwise all I can tell you is that the receiver does not convert.  So if you want to see S-Video on your monitor, you have to input S-video.  If you want to see RCA output, you have to input RCA.  Best of luck.

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Audiobahn AVM270Q (white out)


You have to check if Video cable from Flip Down Monitor has RCA Plug Cable or Super VHS Plug Cable.

RCA Plug is Yellow for Video= connected to Yellow Input of radio maybe loose.

Get VCR or Video Camera and connect Video Output with cable to Yellow RCA Plug of Flip Down Monitor.

Turn car on and VCR/Video Camera: you should get video to FL Monitor.

If not, then FLM is defective or has adjustment problems..

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