Question about Princeton Digital VL1918 Monitor
Check the video cable connectors and sockets on your PC and monitor for bent or broken pins. If the cable suffered mechanical stress, a wire inside may got broken or pried lose from the connector internally.
Change the cable for a different one. Connect the Monitor to a different PC or try a different Monitor on your PC to home in on the cause.
If the problem persists and is attributed to the monitor, a fan of the monitor connector soldered to the internal PCB may be lose or broken. This sometimes happens if the connector was pushed in using excess force before.
While a repair shop can fix this easily, I recommend not to try the repair yourself.
Posted on Feb 06, 2010
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