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Monitor won't turn on

My lcd monitor suddenly stopped turning on. when i tried a different outlet, the power button flashed green once but thats all.

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  • Anonymous Apr 10, 2008

    my monitor wont even power up its a model 1800fp manufactured in the tear 2003

  • Suzanne S Jun 10, 2008

    My monitor turned off while I was using it. When I tried to turn it back on, the light would not come on. Tried reinstalling the power cord, but that didn't do anything.

  • Anonymous Aug 25, 2008

    As the other people, I too have this problem, though I believe it to be a problem with either faulty parts or faulty construction. Mine will work for about a month or more then it'll cut out. After awhile it'll work again. I have tried several different VGA cords and power cords w/ two different computers so that is my reasoning.

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    Nicole Aug 25, 2008

    As the other people, I too have this problem, though I believe it to be
    a problem with either faulty parts or faulty construction. Mine will
    work for about a month or more then it'll cut out. After awhile it'll
    work again. I have tried several different VGA cords and power cords w/
    two different computers so that is my reasoning.

  • Jeff Pearson Sep 06, 2008

    Plug in monitor and power button flashes. Sometimes the screen flashes also. If I unplug and plug back in right away nothing happens, but if I wait a moment and plug back in, it will flash.

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The inverter power supply logic board has probably goe out. You can get it here or have it fixed.
http://www.lcdrepair.us/e176FPf-inverter-power-logic.html

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Make sure the cable is connected and chek the status of keyboard light num lock status by pressing the num lock and caps lock button if they are on and off by pressing bothe the button that means display is in your cpu if they are not fucntioning that mean there is problem in your cpu just oprn it and fix the ram (memory). or by removing the cmos battery .

Posted on Apr 14, 2008

I think this problem appear lose contruc of power card .changed power cord &cheakpower socket.

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Hello Angle68,

Check the VGA cable not a power cord. Make sure you plug the VGA Cable in the right place in the back CPU. Usually with blue color.

Posted on Apr 01, 2008

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