Screen goes black, hit the input button and it changes....then black again
My Maxent has been fine until we turned it on and the screen remained black. I changed inputs and the screen remains blue for a second then returns to black. I unplugged the unit and left it for over 24 hours and plugged it back in, no luck same issue. There was a power outage the night before the issue, however, the surge protector it was on did not trip and all the other devices work fine.....Any ideas?
Re: Screen goes black, hit the input button and it...
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Maxent ,mx 26 x3 turns on for 5sc.( all white) then picture flickers and screen goes black.. green light on throughout..none of button on the remote or the tv will work expect the power .i wonder is their a way to reset the tv?
I presume you have burned in an image from some source? Plasmas are very sensitive to burning in so be careful when hooking up a device that doesn't have pixel shift or dimming. Think about how a DVD player splash screen looks.
You will need some sort of source device that can give you WHITE and BLACK. If you have a VGA input on your plasma (more than likely) hook up a computer to it using the PC input and bring up PowerPoint. Bring up just a blank new presentation. Hit the F5 button or click on the tripod screen button. This will bring up the full display screen, which should be white. If not hit the "W" key on the keyboard. If the burned image shows up as a gray or black image, leave it on for a few minutes and then check it periodically.
f you don't see a burned image when in WHITE mode, hit the "B" key. This will bring up a BLACK screen. Check your screen again. Keep doing ot until the screen is clean. By the way, this will not completely remove all burned in images.
My monitor has been switching connections on me randomly. Hit the menu button. The one to the left of the power butter when facing the screen. Hit the left arrow twice then hit the menu button again. This will open up the screen where you can choose one of three inputs. I'm going to assume that it is on the incorrect input so use the arrow keys highlight what input you are using and the hit menu button again and your screen should return to normal. Mine only does this randomly when it goes into screen saver, hibernate or sleep. I don't know how to permanently get it to stop doing it though.
Yes problem is repairable sounds like the mainboard (video) needs replacement because the rgb is part of this board along with the rest of your inputs this should fix your problem. There are some models where rgb is seperate but not many I will need the model number of your Maxent to be of further help.
Assuming you changed all the caps and did it correctly.
IF you get flickering, It could be a transistor on the inverter board.
OR !!! and probably more likely,
It could be one of the bulbs in the lcd itself is failing. It only
takes one bad bulb to stop an inverter from firing up !! You can check
them one at a time if you have another working monitor.
If you do unplug a good bulb from the good monitor and try each of the questionable ones, one at a time.
Doesn't have to be a gateway monitor to test it, just needs the same backlight plug.