Question about Westinghouse L1975NW Monitor
If my hand bumps into the side of the monitor, the screen goes black. I have to move the monitor back and forth before it comes on. And ever since this first happened, it doesn't seem like my resolution is as good. I tried adjusting settings but it did nothing.
The controls on the side of the monitor are touch sensitive, rather than traditional buttons. You're probably accidentally brushing the power control. This would explain the power turning off if your hand bumped the right side of the monitor (where the controls are). You may need to tinker with the brightness and contrast settings to get it back where you wanted, or reset to the manufacturers defaults.
Posted on Sep 30, 2008
Hi...there, It's could be 2 things...either your cables inside is lose or one of your caps is leaking fluid from the inverter. Turn off the power and open the back casing to check all the cables are secured. Good luck!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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