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§ Turn Off the Monitor.
§ Unplug all the Cables from the back of the Monitor.
§ After unplugging all the Cables press and Hold the Power Button at the Front of the Monitor for 20 Seconds.
§ Plug all the cables back.
§ Turn it on.
§ See if you get the Picture on the Monitor.
§ if you don’t get any Picture then.
§ Unplug the Cable which is connected at the Back of the CPU.
§ If you get the Message "No Input Signal” or "Check Video Signal" it means that Your Monitor is Fine.
§ Try doing the Factory Default settings from the menu Buttons at the Front of the Monitor.
§ If you don’t get any Message then it means you Monitor has Gone Bad and Needs to be replaced.
Posted on Jul 05, 2008
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