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Cable signal i need to replace my cable signal, my ex cut it. where can i get one.

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No signal


Press the Function Button to open the short cut menu. Locate the Input graphic and press the button for it. Each time you press the button, it will cycle between DVI and VGA input jacks. Allow a few seconds for the display to switch inputs. Make sure that cable is connected securely to the associated jack in the back of the monitor and the computer (or other source). If either VGA or DVI input is selected ,but the VGA and DVI cables are not connected, a floating dialog box indicates:

"No Cable Connect" or "No Signal"

Your manual can be viewed here:
http://www.manualslib.com/manual/268264/Acer-S201hl.html#manual

Good luck!

Apr 07, 2014 | Acer S201HL BD Refurbished LCD Monitor

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Plug was cut from monitor cable


You don't specify which cable was cut but the easiest repair is to replace the complete cable unless, of course, your AOC monitor has an attached cable that does not disconnect. If that's the case, you'll have to disassemble your monitor enough to access to the internal connections and install a replacement cable

Apr 08, 2013 | AOC 177SA-1 (BLACK) Monitor

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I just have a TESTING.... box floating on the screen. Even the menu buttons display nothing. Has this beast finally bit the dust?


Possible reasons for that may be bad cable connection, burnt videocard, or problem in the signal board in the monitor.
So, first check with another monitor if your PC is actually giving a singnal. Then look both ends of the cable for bend pins. They can be easily strighten with thin plyers. You can replace the cable VGA (or DVI) cable to see if it will fix the problem.
If your videocard is OK and the cable is OK, then try to open the monitor. Replace the capacitors on the signal board. Look for blown capacitors on the power board too. Replace if any.
If this cant help, there is major problem with the signal board of the monitor and more measuring is needed. There are buffer elements between the connector and the signal processor and some of them may be faulty. If there are no buffers and the signal goes directly to the processor, entire board should be replaced.
If there are VGA and DVI inputs, you may try the other input with the relevant cable.

Aug 11, 2010 | ViewSonic VA800 17.4" Flat Panel LCD...

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I have connected the cables....no display


disconnect the signal cable and power on then see the massege on monitors screen "NO SIGNAL CHECK THE SIGNAL CABLE"if it appears then monitor is ok if not then monitor is faulty check the signal cable and replace it if faulty problem will be solved

Jun 16, 2010 | Samsung SM943N 19" LCD Monitor

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I have a envision h1981 lcd flat screen someone cut the signal cord off. its a vga hookup on it so i need a wiring diagram that would show me how to rewire a new signal cable to it or if all vga cables are...


They are usually the same! But be careful ok, I will check around and see what wires I have available but I did the same exact thing for another client..

Nov 26, 2009 | Computer Monitors

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How do I find and replace the vga cable? (It is hardwired to the back of the monitor.)


I got hold of an old vga cable (15 pin), cut off the male end. I then cut the existing cable comming out of the monitor. After soldering the wires together and lots of electrical tape wala - it works.

Now the problems I incured - Don't solder wires together based on color, they probably will not match. Peel back the ends of the cut off connectors and find each pin with a Multimeter. Once you find each wires match solder them carefully and tape. When done test and if good place a short splint on the spliced area and tape. This will keep the wires from breaking from movement. Good luck.

May 24, 2009 | Sylvania SF150 15" Flat Panel LCD Monitor

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My Computer


OK. Thanks for the response. That message is telling us that the monitor is getting no signal from the computer. In your case, it sounds like it is working part of the time. So, here are the things that can cause the problem, starting with the monitor and working backwards.
1) The monitor may have an internal problem.
2) The cable connector that goes into the monitor may have a loose connection or be bad. Check for loose or bent pins in the connector plug and socket, and that the plug is seated properly and is tight.
3) The cable itself could be damaged and have a wire that is cut or pinched. Look for cuts or heavy crimps on the cable.
4) The cable connector that goes into the computer may have a loose connection or be bad. Check for loose or bent pins in the connector plug and socket, and that the plug is seated properly and is tight.
5) There could be a problem with the computer that is internal. If there is a video card that plugs into the mother board, you could unplug it, clean the dust and such from the contacts on the card and around where the video card plugs in the mother board and reinsert the video card. Also, the video card itself could be bad,in which case it would need to be replaced. Some systems have the video function as a part of the mother board. If that's the case, the mother board would need to be replaced.

One thing that you can try when it is failing. While watching the monitor, firmly wiggle the cable and each of the connectors to see if the signal comes and goes. You may want to enlist someone to watch while you wiggle, or wiggle while you watch (That sounds kind'a bad doesn't it? <Grin>) But, that could tell us something.

Hope this helps and will be waiting to hear back from you on this.
Ron

Dec 16, 2008 | HP Vs17 17" LCD Flat Panel Monitor

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VGA Pin Configuration


Hi,

Pls find below the Pin configuration.

Pin 1 - Red Signal
Pin 2 - Green Signal
Pin 3 - Blue Signal
Pin 6 - Red Ground
Pin 7 - Green Ground
Pin 8 - Blue Ground
Pin 10- Horizontal Ground
Pin 11- Vertical Ground
Pin 13- Horizontal Signal
Pin 14- Vertical Signal

Best Wishes

Jul 22, 2008 | Samsung 793S 17" CRT Monitor

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