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MultiSync E700 Monitor Issue

I have an old Sony computer I used with a MultiSync E700 computer that runs on Windows 98. I set it up about three months ago to teach someone computers. Initially, I had a problem getting the monitor to work and then all of a sudden it worked. I think it had something to do with the order in which I switched things on but I can't really remember.

Well, I haven't used it in a month or so and I am trying to use it now. I can't get the monitor to come on. The power is on it, the green light comes on but it turns orange and then a dull orange. What is wrong?

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    What does the video cable look like?

  • starbright08 Feb 03, 2008

    Is it a wire or a belt?

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I thins the trinitron core is demaged..it also can be the cable which connects it to the video card..trey to check this one..if not..sorry for your old great monitor...
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    andi n. Feb 03, 2008

    well..it is the cable who get the connection between monitor and computer unit..to the video card..the entrance in the back of the monitor may be damaged..try to move it..to chenge its position for few mm...

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    andi n. Feb 05, 2008

    a wire with a special head..ususlly for old monitors it is detachable

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