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Out of range

My monitor always says "out of range"
I am sure it is something very simple to fix. Can anyone help me?
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You can try removing signal cable from pc.If it still says "Out of range" most probably main logic card or interface board as it is known in the lcd monitor could be defective.If on the other hand removing the signal cable gives message No signal ,cable not connected,try connecting monitor to another working known pc.If it still doesn't work the interface board in the monitor is defective.

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It can be failure inside the monitor, but try it with another PC first.
The possibilty can be poor DC in the power supply which will be the first thing to check or failed EPROM which nothing you can do unless you have the way to reprogram it.

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