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StarLogic monitor needs to be switched off digital signal.

Starlogic monitor signal source is set on digital, I need to switch it to whatever standard signal is. My son sent me his monitor, no owner's manual. No real understanding of buttons on front, found menu, found screen with signal source listed, do not know what to do next. PLEASE help me. Sincerely, carol hill

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Dear Carol,

You can check at rear of the the monitor.
Sometime they assmbled the switch at the back of the Monitor.
May be that the switch is located there.

Posted on Apr 12, 2008

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