I have a compaq 7550 the monitor won't stay on unless you hold the power button in as soon as you take your finger off it goes off we have it taped now to keep it on. Is this fixable or not? email@example.com
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You may try messing with the settings on the monitor. The menu buttons are usually on the front. Try to find something that deals with the color tones of the monitor. If messing with these settings doesn't fix your problem, then unfortunately, it is probably time to throw it out.
Failing Power capacitors. The capacitors hold the charge necessary to build up the voltage that lights the screen. When they leak or fail to hold the charge, the screen will cut out. It could also be a fault in the switch circuitry. Really needs looking at by a qualified technician.
The picture board on your monitor is faulty or bad, since
it goes graphics is displaying after booting, 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 a service center
to help with the replacement of the picture board
because the fault is not something you can fix yourself. in order not to
1. check the power cords- make sure all are snug. 2. check and make sure no pins are bent in the cord to the computer 3. make sure that the monitor is not in auto-power save. Or in auto off mode. For example- is the light amber or green. 4. finally, make sure that your settings on your computer are not set to power off your monitor- as in a blank screen saver, power save or hibernate