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E-machine monitor e-machine blue on button turns yellow and no picture

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  • Anonymous Apr 14, 2008

    Must turn off and turn on monitor to wake it up from standby.

  • materialgrll Jul 26, 2008

    my on button is green when turned on, and the monitor is on.  The picture shows for one split second, then disappears.  This happens every time I turn it off and back on.


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I open the monitor and disconnect first one lamp connector and then turn on

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Can't get a picture


Try this:

1. disconnect your LAN Cable (This is usually a Yellow / Blue colored cable) at the back of your computer.
2. Disconnect your Power Cable
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4. Turn your Computer ON
5. if you see a picture now,
6. Plug your LAN Cable again

Hope this Helps. Message me. if this didn't work.

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your monitor is beleiving it is not receiving any signal from your pc. 1 make sure your cables are secure. 2 make sure your pc is on. 3 borrow a monitor from a freind to see if your pc is sending the signal out, if the borrowewed monitor is showing a picture, hook yours back up. 4 if still not picture your mpcb or video pcb in the monitor is bad.

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Dell computer won't come on...only get yellow light, no blue


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Same here, your light went out if you put a VERY bright light on you'll be able to see something on the screen if you plug it up to your computer, if you are getting a new one go dell its worth it becase they last and are durable.

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it sounds like a capacitor blew from the inverter board.. if u can open it it should be obvious which one the messed up..

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If the display looks normal other than being yellow, it's missing blue.

This may be because of a bad cable. Sometimes the wires inside break from flexing. Try wiggling the cable (as mikeslab suggested) at the end where it connects to the computer. Also check the plug for bent pins.

It's more likely the monitor has lost blue due to solder connections to the blue output transistor or transistor failure, or that the picture tube itself has gone bad and the blue gun has quit. Tube failure is pretty rare. I've seen many cases of bad connections and transistors, though.

If the cable and plug aren't the cause, you can have a service shop check the monitor and give a repair estimate. But if this is a 17- or 19-inch monitor, you might just want to replace it. New LCD's are $150 or less. To repair yours would be around half that cost already, possibly more depending on labor and parts costs.

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i get a similar thing, i accidently entered sleep mode then turned off my computer at the power button on the back, now i turn on my monitor( i dont get blue flasjhing but it jsut goes on and it doesnt register, then says going into power saving mode and the colour on the button turns yellow its very frustrating :(

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Go to your monitor power settings and turn off Hibernation and other monitor power schemes.

If this problem persist, request for more technical assistance from the manufacturers website

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Computer monitors get separate red, green and blue video signals from the computer, and if you lose the blue the result is a yellow picture. This can be caused by video card failure in the computer (very unlikely), a bad cable (fairly common), or trouble in the monitor (which is most likely what you have).

The usual problem with monitors is bad solder connections to the red, green and blue output devices. These are usually three separate transistors, but sometimes an integrated circuit that puts all three in one package is used. These outputs get pretty hot, and the heat can cause the connections on the circuit board to crack. Resoldering them usually fixes the trouble. (Sometimes the part actually fails, but bad connections are more common.)

The parts are normally in one of two places. Most commonly they are on the small circuit board you'll find right at the neck of the picture tube. Some monitors have them on the main circuit board. They may be mounted to metal heat sinks to help keep them cool. If you can identify them and resolder the connections, you'll probably get your normal picture back.

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