Question about HP W1707 LCD Monitor
Posted by Anonymous on
I'm not 100% sure about this as it sounds like a intermittant problem but I think your problem is going to be either the connector on either end or the cables.
All it takes is one pin not seated properlly or dirty etc and the signal could be out giving you the error. As long as it was only certain pins with a strong enough signal that would create your messages.
Basically all you need to do is take the cables off on both ends and then reseat them a few times. That will usually be enough to clean any corrosion and even straighten the pins.Alos look when you have both ends off for pins that are not long enough or bent out of shape. Don;t forget to check the connectors on the tv and cable box etc as well as the cable. You can also try a differant cable if you have one or can borrow one to rule it out.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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