Question about LG Studioworks 700S 17" CRT Monitor
Check the video card on the computer, you are not recieveing a signal from the computer. Also, since you do not have a power indicator light showing that the unit is on, there may be a possiblity that something inside has fried. Sometime in the CRT, there is a fuse that prevent power surges, if the power surge is to high, it will blow the fuse to prevent further damage to the unit. If the unit is no longer under warranty, you can open the case and look for the fuse, but be cafeful and do not have the unit plugged in when opening the case. Also, there are capasitors that store electral current and if you touch them you will recieve a shock.
Posted on May 27, 2011
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