Question about Dell UltraSharp 2407WFP 24" LCD Monitor
Please follow Louie advice and if you are going to DIY repair then you should look at my albums of failed monitors to get some ideas what you are in for.
Post back what you see inside so we can guide you further and it will help out other people in the future also.
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Posted on Aug 27, 2010
Testimonial: "thanks it looks very complicated so no try"
Rsood, You must disconnect--reconnect the VGA plug from the video card/pc vga jack a few times (3-4). If your "pink" screen "hue" continues to show-up, then someone will need to investigate the internal "switch-mode-power-supply/electronic-ballast circuit (inverter) of your "cold-cathode-fluorescent-lamp" back-lit lcd monitor. Could be bad capacitors on power supply board and/or poor intermittant (thermal-cycle-caused) soldering of the electronic components on the printed circuit board. Read and follow links you find in the fixya profiles of: "budmrtn" "buddymc" "12fixlouie" and visit YOUTUBE. Make notes!! Tell me if vga connector stuff works or not? 12fixlouie
Posted on Aug 27, 2010
Testimonial: "looks good to me"
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Black Screen
No, this is typical problem for defective inverter. Mostly screen appears for some seconds and then turn to black. If you are technician, you can use this link :-).
Posted on Jan 11, 2008
The LCd panel may be damaged and will cause this problem.
Another thing is overheating of the GPU.
The LCD signal receiver can be goign on you.
The is also the possibility of a faulty inverter.
Only thing to do is service or replace. Test the unit on another computer, if you don't get the issue there then you know its a problem with the PC.
Posted on Jun 03, 2010
What do you mean your screen goes black. It is black to start isn't it? Does it come on at all?
If you meam you are getting a display, but it goes off, you need to check the power settings for your monitor, that are set by your PC. Click start, then control panel, then double click display. Then in the Dispay Properties window, click the Screensaver tab at the top middle.In the lower half of the page which opens, you can find power settings, and the rest is self explanatory. If this is not the answer to your problem, you need to give more detailed information.
One check you can do is to disconnect the signal cable from your monitor, and switch power on, and see what is displayed. You may well need a new monitor, but before running off to buy one, try to borrow one to connect to your pc, and also if possible, try to connect your monitor to another pc, or to a notebook/laptop.
Posted on Jun 18, 2010
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