My monitor comes on for a split second, shows picture, then goes off. Green light goes on and off at the same time. Can't seem to make it work. I've tried changing resolution, and have checked all conections. My guess is that it is inturnal. So, I took it apart and remove a fuse, tested it with an ohm meter, it checks good. Any suggestions?
I have had the same EXACT problem and it was driving me CRAZY!!! I took it to a local electronics handy man who changed the power source for me and it works just fine now, or I wouldnt be able to read you message now! It cost about 1/4 of the original price of the monitor to fix, but its worth it and the screen will last 3-4 years on top of the 2 I have had it already!
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This problem comes from the control switches on the front panel. I had the same problem and fixed it by opening the monitor (unscrew 3 screws on the back side, remove plastic shape of the stand, unscrew 5 screws of the stand and open the back; unscrew the 2 screws of the button switch panel). Now inject contact spray on every switch button. If the problem remains you may have to replace the button swithces. Thats all!
t certainly seems like the monitor is not getting a signal. Did this
happen after you changed something, or just on normal boot up? It could be the video card that has failed. Also, check the pins on the connector; sometimes they can get pushed in. If you can, try swapping out the video card or use the monitor on another computer. Good luck,
The inverter is faulty.If your Monitor is powered by a mains'kettle' type lead,then it MAY be repairable,provided you can find someone to do it.If you have an external power supply,then the chances are you have a separate inverter,and it is doubtful whetther you can find the fault or a replacement circuit board....which is why we have become a throw away nation !!
Try replacin a new display card. If it is fine working.ok
If not try fixing for cold solder in the video section.
I suggest video section according your report the light green LED lighted that shows the power section is doing fine.
Sounds like you have a bad connection from your monitor to your computer. First check and make sure the connection between them is tight. Does your computer boot up and run though? If your computer is not booting up the monitor will default back to the flashing green power light
Unplug the cable from your PC, if the monitor shows a test image, the monitor is fine and the problem is with your graphic card.
If you dont see nothing on-screen after unpluging the cable from the PC, then the monitor in damaged. Send it to repair.
When the picture disappears again take a flashlight and shine it in the bottom left hand corner where the Windows Start button is located. If you can see a faint image then your back light is failing. If that?s not the case the next step would be to attach another monitor to your computer to see if the problem disappears. If it does that points to the monitor, if it doesn?t then we need to take a look at the computer itself.
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