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Return under warranty

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You should contact your manufacturer service centre.
If you don't know, please ask your manufacturer's dealer in your City, The will guide you.

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Posted on Mar 22, 2008

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Here are simple steps you can try to check your monitor.

Try unplugging every cable on the monitor (data and power), then return the power cable only. Also try not to plug in the monitor to the power strip. Try using known good power outlet. Most of the monitor have the same power cable as the desktop computer, try swapping power cable as well. If still the same try contacting Viewsonic and have it replace if still under warranty if not purchase a new one.

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Initially, consider an experiment. Shine a flashlight at an angle towards the screen with the monitor and computer both powered on. Note if a dark/ghostly image of the desktop could be seen. If yes, then it would be a backlighting issue. In most instances, it would be the inverter that provides high frequency, high voltage supply to the CCF (cold cathode florescent) lamps.

It is a hardware fault and not a setting nor a configuration issue.

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The image from the computer is sent to the LCD through a flat cable, and that cable is attached to the screen with a conductive glue. Pressing the "certain spot" remakes that connection, but unfortunately it loses the connection when released. If the monitor is not that old, contact the manufacturer to verify that it can be repaired under warranty.
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The white screen indicates wither a blown power supply or a blown fuse on the LCD panel. If the monitor is in warranty contact your place of purchase. If it is not in warranty then we should be able to repair it for you. Our repair charge is $30 plus return shipping. Contact us at the email address below if you need any more information.

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Looks like you have an LCD. I was guessing it may be magnetic related in which case I would recommend you degaussed your display using the degauss function but your monitor won't have it since it's not a CRT by the looks of it. I would recommend contacting your dealer or where you purchased the monitor at a retail store. Since it's only 8 months old, you may be able to return it under warranty. If your retail store doesn't let you do that, talk to View Sonic directly and see if you can RMA your product for returning to the manufacturer and receiving a new or repaired unit.

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Either!

The correct chain is thru the company you bought it from as your first point of contact, but if you get no joy there there is nothing to stop you from taking it directly to the manufacurer. Just bear in mind a few points.

*Just about all warranties are return to base - so you have to take the effort and cost to get it there thus your origional point of sale (POS) is the best place to start and sometimes they will bear the cost of the return.

*You will need your proof of purchase by way of a receipt. Credit card/bank records do not constitute a proof of purchase but will help the company you bought it off provide you with a duplicate. If you payed cash and can not remember the date all bets are off - be nice to the staff that you are talking to because they are under no obligation to provide you with a duplicate (esp cash and no date).

*Some manufacturers will acknowledge batch/serial numbers in lew of proof of purchase becuse these will demonstrate that the unit was manufactured within the warranty period.

*Finaly this is not in reference to your current situation but a verry handy FYI. When you purchase an item or especialy a system you will often find that the supplier (POS) is only offering a 12 month warranty or charge you extra for a 24 month warranty. This is as we aussies say is money for jam. This is because the manufacturers often have significantly longer warranties for components they supply.

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Seagate HDD - 5 year warranty
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Most Power Supplies - 2 year warranty

Admitedly most board and adaptors are 12 months but not all.

So you come in with a failed unit, they point at their receipt with the 12 month waranty notice (actualy illegal) sell you a new one (at profit) send the failed unit off for credit or replacement and put it on the floor for sale (more profit).

Final Final Note: No warranty covers any kind of physical damage, power surges, water ingres or a unit being used for a purpose other than for which it was designed and opening or modifying a unit will also void warranty.

Hope this helps.

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Vetical Line in middle


It may be loose contact inside the monitor
Or
May be the LOT (Line output Transformer) and V-Transformer
If the monitor is under warranty, contact the vendor for getting the replacement
if the monitor is not under warranty get contact the good mechanic for repairing the monitor

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