Every now and then the monitor decides to turn itself off. The only thing I can do is wait a few hours and then it seems to work again. This does not seem to be related to temperature. Any ideas what might be going on? Is it time for a new monitor?
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Re: iiyama ProLite E481S random shutdown
If you're talking about a CRT that is going on "The Blink", yes this is where the name comes from. And this is becoming more and more of a problem you do indeed need a new monitor.
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Be certain what ever you buy is compatible with your current video display adapter. If your adapter has a VGA and a DVI socket than you can get either in a flat panel which is to say 60Watts vs 180 Watts in power consumption. The larger the flat panel the more power it consumes. More often than not, a 17 or 19" flat panel is more than sufficient. If you actually plan on sitting at your PC and watching movies go wider. If you are a hard core gamer go wider. Otherwise, a 17 or 19" monitor should serve you well.
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From time to time, I've the same white screen problem with my IIYAMA E1902WSV.
I can resolve that issue with a reset to factory settings. 1- Turn ON power (blue led) 2- Push on the MENU button and keep the button pushed while pulling out the power cord. 3- Plug the power cord back while keeping the MENU button pushed.
Your welcome. I hope you get satisfaction and this problem is taken care of in your favor. In looking up the phone number for you to call, I noticed the price on this monitor, it is in the high range. Seems a shame a small part can take you down but it does happen. So, don't feel alone. Stick to your guns and don't give up until you get satisfaction from this company.
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Check that the power cord is fully plugged in first.
It is probably the inverter board inside the monitor. (if the screen does properly display ever then it is not the screen) It CAN be fixed but I do not suggest anyone open up a monitor (LCD or CRT) who is not "technically inclined."
If you really want to fix this particular one then take it to a local tech and get an estimate first. If it's almost as much as a new monitor then buy a new one.