I turn my PC on and the monitor is fine but after a few minutes the monitor goes black, if i wait a little and play with the keyboard keys it returns for a minute but goes black again and won' t come on again , i have to reboot and the same problem occors, is thr monitor toasted or can it be fixed Thank you
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The picture board on your monitor is faulty or bad, since
black after few minutes, it means the
board of your monitor has developed fault.
The best thing for you
do now is to take the monitor to a local repairer within your vicinity
to help with the replacement of the picture board or any service center
because the fault is not something you can fix yourself. in order not to
We have the same model of monitor and had the same problem few days ago. The monitor just goes black/turns off. I noticed that the power button has a yellow blinking light and cannot be turn on/off again using the power button. The CPU is working fine also. When I turn off the avr, the power button's light turns blue for a few second and you can hear a click sound from the back of the lcd before it totally turns off. My lcd monitor is over a year old now and is 110v or 220v capable. Mine was originally in a 220v, i just put it in 110v and the monitor was fixed.. Hope this can somehow fix your problem.
Sounds like a bad solder joint on the printed circuit board. Once it heats up then it no longer makes good contact and the monitor goes black until it cools down and makes contact again. You could resolder it if you knew where it was but monitors are dangerous to go playing around with as they can hold very high charges of electricity in their capacitors that are very dangerous. It's a throw away world. Go buy a new one.
Please reduce the resolution/ Frequency of your Display Card in system and see whether you can see some thing. Else connect this monitor to another system with low resolution. Let me know your feedback.