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Re: Monitor hit with a Headphone
The black spot can stop or keep spreading, but it will never disappear or reduce in size. This is caused from a leak of liquid between layers inside the lcd panel.
Nothing to do apart changing lcd panel. Bring monitor to nearest service and check if it is worth being repaired (changing screen panel).
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Some monitors change colour if there is damage, internally, within the signal cable. Try another cable if you have one.
Alternatively, it might be that the monitor is near an extremely strong magnetic source, such as big loudspeakers?
I couldn't find any fix on this monitor so I had to go it alone.......
My VG500b monitor would power on then the power light would blink off. there was no display at all but I could see the LCD panel change in brightness just a small bit during the power on and then power off. I found that there was a bad capacitor on the inverter board. I replaced the 47uF 25v capacitor with a 47uF 35v capacitor. (The 25v would be okay but I always replace a failed capcitor with a higher voltage rating) This capacitor is the shorter form in order to fit under the shield. You can use a taller capaitor but you will have to lay it down, as in bend the leads down and lay it on it's side in order to fit under the sheld when you put it back together. VG500b fired right up and is going strong once again. Hope this helps someone.
Your lcd screen is going bad. It's either the lcd screen or the video
card inside the computer. To isolate the problem try connecting another
monitor to the computer. Borrow a monitor from a neighbor, friend,
relative or co-worker and connect it to the computer. If the Borrowed
monitor displays ok then your video card is ok, but your original
monitor is bad. If the Borrowed monitor displays the same as your
original monitor then your video card is bad.
Plug in an external monitor and see if the
display shows up on it. It can be any kind of monitor even the old big fat crt
monitors as long as it has a vga cable to connect to your computer's vga
port. If the video shows on the external monitor that proves your video
card is ok, ,but your lcd screen is bad. The video will show on most systems
when you reboot without you having to do anything. Some systems will require
you to hit the FN (Function key) + F1 thru F12. Hold down the FN key then
hit the correct key for displaying on the monitor (F1 thru F12). The
correct key will normally have CRT/LCD on it or it will have the icon of a
Sounds like a problem with the video board of the monitor. I would contact Acer, since it less than 3 yrs old, tell them the problem that you are having get an RMA number and they will fix it for free. You only have to pay for shipping it back. Hope this helps.
Before i answer ung problem,i asked question first. is your monitor near to aircon? if it's near to aircon the magnet of your aircon is the cause why your monitor have defferent colours. if you're not near to aircon you can adjust the color of the monitor by adjusting the small thing at the back of the monitor. you must open the monitor case.
The monitor needs to be replaced. I had an LG LCD that did this luckily it was still under warranty. Contact the maker and have your receipt handy. Otherwise buy a new monitor. Monitors tend to be replacement only
This is a common problem when LCDs are subjected to strong shock. Your internal circuits are damaged The panel itself may not be cracked but there is internal damage. I know of no cure or repair possible other than to replace the panel assembly.