Question about E-Machines eMachines Monitor E15T4
Your posted description indicates possibly a heating problem inside the monitor. Often these are capacitors that have blistered and are no longer effective in holding an electrical charge. It is also possible that some solder joints are getting loose after a while and looses their contacts to the component pins. Still, it is also possible that there some wire connectors that are loose and looses entirely their connection when reaching a certain temperature.
All of the above would require that you be familiar and knowledgeable with electronic components and circuitry, use of a DVM and a soldering iron. Should you be uncomfortable, perhaps it may be to your advantage to seek the services of a qualified professional or even a service center.
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Posted on Feb 07, 2008
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