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It sound like your auto display setup menu is appearing on the monitor. If so, it probably says to press 1 or 2 to stop the display. If this is the case, then the #1 and #2 it is referring to are the buttons on the monitor-not your keyboard. If you look closely at the monitor controls, you will see that at least 2 of them are numbered. Let me know if this is the correct problem.
hughiii, Read page 16 of my fixya profile. There is a response to another E173FP you should read and then do more reading about other brands of monitors with same symptom. Will you be doing the tear-down and inspecting the power supply? After you have done the research (reading) and seen some videos on YOUTUBE, get back here on fixya and let us know what you have decided to do. 12fixlouie
There are two places where the sleep time can be affected, both of which are accessed through the Control Panel that is normally an item on the Start menu.
Check the Display folder first and look for Screen Saver. This can be turned off completely or set to longer delays.
The second, is the Power Options provided more for laptop users to conserve battery life but also can control the shutdown of your monitor.
Power Options aren't too important to desktop machines but the options are still listed.
Just managed to open a FP17G+ monitor. My hope is that FP17G is similar and that this comes in handy.
There are 5 screws holding the casing together. Four are in the corners (black screws on my monitor). The 5th is right under the monitor stand (silver screw on my monitor.
To open the monitor, I had to:
1) Remove the monitor stand. To do so, you need to take out the two screws at the point where the base connects to the monitor (right above the pivot point) and slide out the monitor stand. THis should give you enough space to take out the 5th screw.
2) Unscrew the five remaining screws on the back of the monitor.
3) At the bottom edge of the monitor, there are two gaps between the front and back plastic panels of the monitor. You can place a wide screwdriver in this gap and gently pry apart the front and back of the monitor. Continue around the edge and the monitor will be open.
Best of luck... If you figure out what is wrong inside, let us know (I am trying to fix the same problem).
well friend if the fuse is the problem, you will not see any power light indicator. probably theres a problem in power supply circuits or most probably the horizontal deflection circuits. which includes the horizontal oscillator, horizontal drive, horizontal output and maybe the flyback itself. but if you dont know anything about this, better bring it to a qualified tv technician. good luck!