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When I press the power button LG displaying chars for 1 second

When ı press the power button LG displaying chars for 1 second and then black screen appering after the booting (still blank) I am pressing screen power button (for closing) then pressing screen power button for opening.It displays again for 1 second.

Can you help me.

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  • SashaTurk Jan 30, 2008

    Screen plugged 220V directly. Not plugged to system case

  • SashaTurk Jan 30, 2008

    I cant see screen (1 second display). can I pressing any key combination for factory settings.

  • Anonymous Feb 07, 2008

    LG SUCKS!

  • SashaTurk Feb 11, 2008

    Yes balachan correct. I send service. They repaired.

    PCB of the monitor were fail.

  • Zoogler Mar 18, 2008

    Mine did it too, have the others been repaired?

  • MikeSol Apr 27, 2008

    My LG monitor is now doing the same thing. Screen appears for one second, then it goes dark. I'll mention the info here when I take it in for repair.

  • ntzvh Jun 28, 2008

    My monitor goes black too after 1 sec. However it does flash 2 or 3 times before remaining black. The problem seems to be solved if I restart the computer 2 or 3 times. If I leave the screensaver running too long it goes black again.

  • Espiritin Sep 12, 2008

    My LG fails to power on as well, I turn it off and on a few times until it finally stays on.



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Had the same problem, turned out it was due to a faulty capacitor on the inverter board, 680uF 25V (105 celsius rated). Simple to fix once you have the unit dismantled and the correct replacement part. Two screws hold the shroud on, but you need to be careful with an (old) credit card levering it off.

Unit is now working fine.

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I think the main PCB of the monitor failed. contact the LG service provider in your area. check this link to get the service center info
http://www.lgservice.com/

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I have a LG too had for 1year did not have this problem till i updated my driver now everyone tells me to change power supply , cpu , memory, ect rec: removing driver and let windows control monitor

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I am now having the same issue with my LG Flatron. When I turn the power on, the screen only comes up for about 2 seconds, then it goes dark. I'l mention Balachan's info when I take it in for repair.

Posted on Apr 27, 2008

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