Question about Sceptre X7GNAGAV 17" LCD Monitor
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
To me it sounds like the bulb is having a problem with powering up. It may be an issue with the power adaptor or the outlet it is plugged into. Have you tried to plug it in, in other outlets?
Posted on Dec 20, 2007
SOURCE: Connecting second monitor
Not sure If I am understanding this correctly, you are trying to connect a monitor to a monitor? I have never heard of that before. As far as I know you need a video card that has dual output to use dual monitors. I am not saying you can't do what I think you are saying but I never heard of that before. Also on a side note depending on the resolution and amount of colors your operating system is set on, you need a video card strong enough to drive both monitors.
Posted on Jun 10, 2008
SOURCE: BLANK SCREEN
was she playing with the keyboard. ??
She/he may have shut off the monitor from the keyboard. look for a little picture of the monitor.
Sometimes you need to hit fn (function) key and the display key to toggle it on
Posted on Aug 29, 2008
SOURCE: Sceptre X9G Komodo IV
I have a 19" Sceptre Comodo display. After 3 years it got the problem everybody complains about. Took it apart yesterday.
There are 4 capacitors in a row on the power supply board (it has a socket for the power cord and is covered by a metal shield. The caps are barrel-like things standing upright on the side opposite to the power cord socket.) Two of them are 470 uFx 25 V, they are next to each other. In my case, one of them popped up and another one was bloated. I pulled out the power supply board (make sure you unplug the power cord and press the power button do discharge the high voltage caps before messing with your monitor) after disconnecting all sockets (mark'em!). I assume that you have new caps handy (I paid $2.10 for a pair at a local electronics store), they must have the same capacity and voltage rating. Now grab a soldering iron, remove old caps, and put new ones in. You must observe polarity! (Usually "minus" pin is labeled on the cap's side. Mark down "minus" and "plus" pins location of old caps and put the new caps in exactly the same way! Otherwise, you can blow the caps.) If you are not used to work with a soldering iron, hire somebody or buy a new monitor. Check the quality of the work (no shorts, solid contacts, etc), assemble the monitor back and may be it will work (did for me). If it does, you put one monitor less into the city dumpster, be proud to get a working monitor for less than $5, and force you mother-in-law to take this shiny new replacement display she just bought back to the store.
Of course I do not guarantee that my procedure will work for and you can use it at your own risk only (i.e. I am not liable for any damages).
Posted on Sep 09, 2008
SOURCE: sceptre LCD - no display
I did sent it to them for the $135.got it back and it works.If it happens again I will slam them like I did roto zip.I got another motor from them but it was a piece of junk too.
Posted on Sep 21, 2008
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