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N9 LCD MONITOR

THE MONITOR JUST WENT OUT NO POWER LIGHT OR NOTHING

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  • missyc62 Nov 28, 2008

    have the same problem Checked voltage @ cable lead that hooks directly to the monitor had 12 volts. Also checked with another known good monitor and power cord worked ie, monitor worked. When hooked up to bad monitor, light flashes on transformer, It glowed solid when hooked to good monitor. could this be problem.

  • fhr5 Mar 13, 2009

    I have a problem with my N9 19" monitor. From what I can tell it is either the power unit or the monitor needs to be serviced. Where can I get another adapter? Where can I have this monitor serviced and is it costly?

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Check if there is power coming from the wall socket.
If the wall socket is functional, then try with another power cable.
If this also doesnt work, then the monitor has to be serviced.

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