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My monitor won't lite.

Can't find the on & off button to see if it is turned off OR malfunctioning for a different reason

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The power button is the one on the right side of the group on the front of the monitor.There is an LED just to the right of it which lights up when power is on.

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What is the source of the TV signal? I know many monitors have a "power-saving mode" that returns the unit to standby if there is no signal coming in.

Check that the signal cables are working (try swapping cables). Make sure the source is on before turning on the TV. Press the Input button to select a different source. Make sure that the source signal is not refreshing (or synching) at a rate that is incompatible with the TV. (If your source is a PC that was previously connected to a CRT monitor, the refresh rate should be reset to 60 Hz before connecting the computer the the Pioneer 424MV.)

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For this kind of issue, please follow up the following steps to check:

1.confirm the battery and ac adapter connect the laptop normally.Maybe the bad connect lead to this problem. If there are no lights when you turn on laptop, one of possible reason is that your adapter is malfunction.

2.the second possible cause is laptop dc jack failure. If the dc jack is broken or loose, you are required to replace it or repair it.

3.Another possible reason is that there is something wrong with laptop motherboard. For this situation, it includs two kinds of possibility,a failure in an electronic circuit and BGA malfunction.

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If you verify your laptop adapter is dead and you plan to order a new one, I recommend one for you on the basis of your laptop model:
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For this kind of issue, please follow up the following steps to check:

1.confirm your Lenovo IdeaPad S10 ac adapter and battery connect the laptop normally.Maybe the bad connect lead to this problem. If there are no lights when you turn on laptop, one of possible reason is that your adapter is malfunction.

2.the second possible cause is laptop dc jack failure. If the dc jack is broken or loose, you are required to replace it or repair it.

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When i turn on my pc, the cpu works perfectly while the monitor "syncmaster591s"....when i turn on the monitor the light (green) beside the button of the monitor is blinking


Try a different monitor...if the different one won't come up then the prob is your video card in the computer...if it does work then the monitor is defective...it would probably be cheaper to get a new monitor than to have the syncmaster fixed

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The adapter to my Western Digital Book does not respond


The monitor requires a adapter with a current output of 4 amps. but the Western Digital Book adapter can only supply 2 amps (half the current required by the monitor).
This means using the WD adapter on the monitor will stress this adapter beyond its capacity and continual use of this adapter on the monitor will cause it to fail and/or switch off if it has overload protection.
If you are having problems with the 2 amp adapter on the WD Book, then the power adapter could be faulty or it maybe OK when the adapter cools down.
I suggest you get a 12 volt 4 or more amps adapter for the monitor.
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When i turn on my computer my lgw2242t monitor say's analog and then goes black. However the blue power light stays on.what could be causing this?


Hi!

Not sure if this is your problem, but check the following:

Is your monitor connected to your PC with a DVI cable?
It will look like this:
020b6d3.jpg If it is, you will need to change the input on your monitor to 'digital' not 'analogue'. There should be a button for this on the screen itself (or you may need to navigate through a menu on your screen. The menu will also have a button).

If thats not the problem (or you have your monitor connected via a VGA cable (blue plug with 15 mins), it might be worth checking out the following:
  • Possible faulty cable
    Try a different cable (if that works, you know its faulty) or;
    Try same cable on a different computer (if it still doesn't work, could be a faulty monitor..if it does work, could be fault in your video card)
  • Fault with your video card.
    Blow the dust out of your cable & the port on your video card where the cable plugs in.
    Try removing the video card from the PC & re-plugging it in again.
If none of that helps, I'd suggest taking the screen & PC to a professional IT technician & get them to have a look. Should be a reasonably quick job, so don't let them charge you too much (any more than $50 is too much in my opinion).

Hope this helps!

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My monitor went black, and the power switch just flashes.


is your CPU working properly? if that the case, your monitor is in need of a service.
reasons for why a monitor goes blank?
Reason 1: Wetness
The number one reason why computer monitors go blank is - wetness. Believe it or not, when your computer monitor is exposed to humid air, sometimes water can condense and accumulate in the monitor. This causes the monitor to malfunction and go blank. I've had this happen to my desktop PC at least three times before. What you need to do is to leave the monitor alone for some time and allow the water to evaporate. That usually solves the problem.

Reason 2: Faulty Graphics Card
The next reason why your computer monitor goes black is due to a faulty graphics card. The best way to detect this kind of problem is to connect up a new monitor to your PC, then check if you have a blank screen. If you continue to have a blank screen, then it's likely your video card is faulty.

Reason 3: Faulty RAM
This one is less obvious and less common, but it can happen. You might sometimes get bad RAM modules which prevent your PC from booting up even to the basic BIOS startup screen. To detect this kind of problem is more troublesome, you might need to remove those RAM modules and insert them into another computer.

Reason 4: Loose Connections
Another reason why your monitor goes blank is due to loose connections. The connection from the monitor to the mains is usually a culprit, as is the connection between the monitor and the video card. Check those connections before you declare your computer monitor as faulty.

Reason 5: A Short Circuit In The Motherboard
And the final reason why your computer monitor goes blank? It's possibly because of a short circuit in the motherboard. This is the most undesirable outcome of course, as you might have to replace your entire motherboard. However, it's possible that this can happen - so keep your fingers crossed and hope it doesn't happen to you.
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your Mnotitor Panel Switches gone bad replace all the switches and your monitor will be ok.
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