Question about ViewSonic VX900 19" LCD Monitor
It may be the back plane lamps, and or the back plane power supply that is in a failing condition. If in your model they are changeable, they should be changed together.
You can verify this by turning on the monitor, feeding it with a known working source, and shine a flashlight in to the screen at an offset angle to your view. If you can see some image in the screen, then you know that the monitor itself is functioning, and the problem is back plane lumination.
Posted on May 19, 2008
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