Question about Smart Modular SV3170A
The fault is within the monitor. It is trying to power on but there is an hardware issue that checks to protect and cuts off power.
So check on monitor board for a failed driver. It can also be fault in the large value capacitors in this output section.
Look out for the output voltage , where the cut off takes place disconnect the section to confirm,
use a multimeter to check for the short of the suspected components.
check for voltage in these sections.
Hope this advice helps.
Posted on Aug 25, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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One of 2 possibilities come to mind.
1, The vga chord is loose on the back of the monitor.
2, Your resolution is set too high or low to be displayed.
The blinking light means that the monitor is either not getting or understanding a signal.
Hope this helps.
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