Question about Gateway FPD2275W LCD Monitor
I have a Dell 19" Monitor, I recently have run into a problem where it takes my monitor 30minutes to an hour to "warm up" before receiving a signal. This only has started happening over the past couple of days and think it might have been from the recent freak electrical winter storm that we got. The power was knocked out a couple times that night. The cpu works fine but there seems to be possibly a fuse issue with the monitor. Any thoughts would be greatly appreciated.
I'm not too sure about dell pc's.But if you think a fuse might be inside there,I'd try to do a search online for how to change that and go from there.However,I'm not really understanding the warm up thing.Is it an LCD screen?
Posted on Feb 13, 2008
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