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My monitor will not power on with a working cable and directly to outlet

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Hmm, what u can do is that u buy an EXTENSION power cord...
Plug one in ur PSU & the other one to ur monitor

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There is a power supply problem and inverter board issue, cause usually bad capacitors in the above mentioned, sometimes they bulge at the top indicating they are open, repairs can run to the point that it may be cheaper to replace the monitor.

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I have a Dell 2007WFPb 20`` Widescreen TFT Flat Panel Monitor. I cant seem to power up. What is the problem here?


Hi,

Here is one of the simple solution to your issue.

I suggest your try a different outlet, if your using a strip, try connecting it directly to the power outlet. Also most of the monitor has the same power cable as the computer, try swapping the power cable and make sure only the power cable is connected to test the monitor. If still doesnt power on, call Dell and have it replaced if still has a warranty if not, repalce the monitor.

I hope this resolve your issue.

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MY MONITOR SHOWS NO SIGNAL,I HAVE 15 PIECES SAME LIKE THAT PROBLEM,PLZ GIVE ME SOLUTION,MAY I REPAIR IT


  • Check for loose electrical and VGA cables. Remove the electric cord from the back of the monitor, then put it back in place. Remove the VGA cable from the computer and monitor and put it back in place. Make sure the connection is tight. If you're using a cable extender, remove it.
  • 2 Plug the monitor's electric cord into a different outlet. If you're using a UPS or surge protector, plug it directly into a wall outlet.
  • 3 Attach the monitor to a different computer. If the monitor still doesn't work, replace the monitor's cable. Make sure the cable is less than 5 feet long. If it still doesn't work, the monitor will need to be replaced or repaired. If it works with no problem on the other computer, troubleshoot your video card.
  • 4 Unplug your computer from the monitor and power outlet. Remove the cover. Pull the video card out of the slot on the system board. Push it back into place. Be sure the connection is secure.
  • 5 Put the CD that came with your video card into your computer's CD-ROM drive. Follow the directions to reinstall the video card drivers. Download a new version of the drivers from the manufacturer's website if necessary.
  • 6 Right-click a blank area of your Desktop. Choose "Properties" from the display menu. Click the "Settings" tab. Try different screen resolutions to resolve the problem.
  • 7 Determine whether the problem is caused by electrical interference. Electrical interference will make the monitor appear jumpy or wavy. Move any speakers, radios, fans or other items that can cause electrical interference away from the monitor.


  • Read more: How to Troubleshoot a Computer Monitor ' eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/how_2293087_troubleshoot-computer-monitor.html#ixzz17L812lWy

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    Here is the solution for your answer.Please follow the below steps to fix your problem.

    1. Check for loose electrical and VGA cables. Remove the electric cord from the back of the monitor, then put it back in place. Remove the VGA cable from the computer and monitor and put it back in place. Make sure the connection is tight. If you're using a cable extender, remove it.

    2. Plug the monitor's electric cord into a different outlet. If you're using a UPS or surge protector, plug it directly into a wall outlet.

    3. Attach the monitor to a different computer. If the monitor still doesn't work, replace the monitor's cable. Make sure the cable is less than 5 feet long. If it still doesn't work, the monitor will need to be replaced or repaired. If it works with no problem on the other computer, troubleshoot your video card.

    4. Unplug your computer from the monitor and power outlet. Remove the cover. Pull the video card out of the slot on the system board. Push it back into place. Be sure the connection is secure.

    5. Put the CD that came with your video card into your computer's CD-ROM drive. Follow the directions to reinstall the video card drivers. Download a new version of the drivers from the manufacturer's website if necessary.

    6. Right-click a blank area of your Desktop. Choose "Properties" from the display menu. Click the "Settings" tab. Try different screen resolutions to resolve the problem.

    7. Determine whether the problem is caused by electrical interference. Electrical interference will make the monitor appear jumpy or wavy. Move any speakers, radios, fans or other items that can cause electrical interference away from the monitor.

    Hope the above information will be helpful to you.
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    Please just follow the below steps fix your problem

    1. Check for loose electrical and VGA cables. Remove the electric cord from the back of the monitor, then put it back in place. Remove the VGA cable from the computer and monitor and put it back in place. Make sure the connection is tight. If you're using a cable extender, remove it.

    2. Plug the monitor's electric cord into a different outlet. If you're using a UPS or surge protector, plug it directly into a wall outlet.

    3. Attach the monitor to a different computer. If the monitor still doesn't work, replace the monitor's cable. Make sure the cable is less than 5 feet long. If it still doesn't work, the monitor will need to be replaced or repaired. If it works with no problem on the other computer, troubleshoot your video card.
    4. Unplug your computer from the monitor and power outlet. Remove the cover. Pull the video card out of the slot on the system board. Push it back into place. Be sure the connection is secure.

    5. Put the CD that came with your video card into your computer's CD-ROM drive. Follow the directions to reinstall the video card drivers. Download a new version of the drivers from the manufacturer's website if necessary.

    6. Right-click a blank area of your Desktop. Choose "Properties" from the display menu. Click the "Settings" tab. Try different screen resolutions to resolve the problem.

    7. Determine whether the problem is caused by electrical interference. Electrical interference will make the monitor appear jumpy or wavy. Move any speakers, radios, fans or other items that can cause electrical interference away from the monitor.

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    you are unable to get an image on your ViewSonic monitor, first check that the necessary cables are attached correctly and that the proper drivers are installed. ViewSonic offers drivers for download directly through its website (see Resources).

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    It could be any of the two. As a troubleshooting step, and I have seen this before, try connecting the monitor directly to the wall outlet and this being a new outlet. (sometimes a power issue)

    Do you have a extra power or monitor cables to rule out a cable problem?

    The VGA card could be mis-seated. Turn off the computer and re-seat the video card.

    Does the monitor screen show at Bios and is the problem only in windows? (in case higher resolution settting than monitor can handle)

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    Below you will find my recommendations for troubleshooting this issue:

    1. Reseat the power cord and verify a good power source.

    To reseat the power cord, follow the steps below:

    1.1 Power down the system.
    1.2 Unplug the power cord.
    1.3 Wait approximately one minute.
    1.4 Reseat the power cord.
    1.5 Verify that the power cord is plugged directly into a known good power outlet.

    2. Verify that the monitor is receiving power from a known good outlet and bypass any power strips.

    To test the power outlet, perform the following steps:

    2.1 Unplug the monitor power cable from the power outlet.
    2.2 Plug in a different device, and verify that the device is operational.
    2.3 If there is no power try another outlet. Remove any power strips and try plugging directly into the main power outlet.

    3. Verify the monitor is powered on and the power button is engaged.

    Ensure that the monitor is powered on and that the power button is fully engaged. To do so, check the power LED on the front of the monitor; it should be lit.

    NOTE: There are two types of power switches:
    A mechanical switch characterized by a long travel. You have to push it further and you will hear an audible click.
    An electrical switch that has a short travel and almost no click.

    A lit monitor LED can be any of the following:

    * Green
    * Blinking green
    * Yellow
    * Blinking yellow
    * A combination, such as alternating green and yellow

    Any of these states indicate the monitor is receiving power and that you should proceed.

    4. Swap power cables.

    To try a known good power cable on the monitor, follow the instructions below:

    4.1 Turn off a working monitor.
    4.2 Unplug the cable from the back of the working monitor, and unplug the cable from the wall.
    4.3 Unplug the cable from the monitor in question.
    4.4 Plug in the cable that came from the working monitor.

    5. Run the monitor self test.

    To run the monitor self test, perform the following steps:

    5.1 Power off both the computer and the monitor.
    5.2 Unplug the video cable from the computer or video card.
    5.3 Reseat the power cord to the monitor, ensuring it is plugged into a known-good outlet.
    5.4 Power on the monitor.

    NOTE: The monitor self test will move around on some monitor models. If the monitor self test moves, allow it to move to the affected areas of the monitor to check for the problem described.

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