Question about X2Gen MG19MY 19" LCD Monitor
This may not be an absolute fix but your monitor is connected to the PC, so you may be getting some type of feed from the PC through the graphics part of the system which only becomes prevalent when the circuit of the graphics signal is completed with the monitor on.
Is you system grounded?
How about your system not being shut off for long time. Are you the type to just leave it on and just log off instead of turning off?
Try turning off both the PC & the monitor, and unplugging them for about 10 minutes, While they are unplugged, push the power switches on/off a couple of times to discharge any kind of residual charge in the capacitors. I know with my tower PC if I unplug it then later hit the power switch, the red power & green hard drive light would come on for a split second.
DRAIN any kind of charge in them and be sure they are grounded good to each other as well as the buildings ground.
Posted on Sep 27, 2010
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