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My LG L194WTX monitor won't immediately turn on, instead the blue light to signal it is on blinks while a blank screen is displayed. I have to fiddle around with the power for some reason for it to get working again, anyway I can fix this??

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SOURCE: NEC 19'' LCD monitor power on but screen blank

If you can try it on another unit , If it still does not work, Then the most likely culprit is a bad power supply. If you know any thing about soldering replace the capacitors they are probably bad but being that these things are being built so cheap.It could also have a bad inverter. not repairable by average dude.If you open it be careful and do not attempt unless you feel comfortable with a solder Iron.Hope this can help you Good Luck. www.IrionsTVshop.com board re builders.

Posted on Feb 29, 2008

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SOURCE: Blank screen and no lights on keyboard and mouse

*check the power cables

*check the power outlet

*check smps is fine

*check power switches are properly connected

*check in bios hdd is enabled

*open the case wheather the connections are properly connected

Posted on Jun 27, 2008

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SOURCE: hp monitor blinking blue light

I found that the analog cable that came with the monitor was a cheap thin grade cable. My boss at work gave me an old thicker cable and when I hooked that up I have had no more problems. Get your self a better thicker cable.

Posted on Oct 06, 2008

edisonfrelan
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SOURCE: Monitor displays breifly then goes to blank screen

try booting up your CPU again, while on its process of booting press F8, then select (something MODE), okay, then when you are at windows environment go to control panel, select display, set your display settings its default or 900 by 600 pixels settings, then if its run okay then change to your desired settings.

Posted on Dec 17, 2008

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SOURCE: Samsung 940BX LCD monitor 9

The IPboard part no. BN44-0012A is bad. We had to replace 5 monitors with the same problem. If under warranty call 1-800-Samsung for repair or exchange.

Korhan Balimtas

Posted on Apr 23, 2009

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SOURCE: There is no display on the monitor screen. The amber light on the power switch keeps blinking uselessly!

The monitor requires service The monitor is not receiving a signal from the computer

Posted on May 14, 2009

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( Video cable:- Cable going from the back of your monitor to the back of your tower. It has a plug with two screws on the plug ends, which you can unscrew to unplug it. Thats how it looks like. Some times it is in grey in color some times in blue.)

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