Question about iiyama Prolite E430 17" LCD Monitor
The fact that you see the "No Signal" message indicates that the display is functioning properly. The problem is with the input section. Verify that you have the correct input selected. Other than that, the input board is the likely defective section. This is not uncommon and will require service. This is not likely to be a DIY repair if the input board is defective.
Posted on May 29, 2011
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