Question about Sceptre Computer Monitors
The title basically says it all.
If I have the unit plugged in, the power LED flashes and the speakers click every few seconds pretty regularly. Seems it is a fairly common problem. I found another solution where you reset a similar monitor it by plugging in the DVI connector right after click, but I was unsuccessful after a number of tries.
I disassembled the unit and got into the PS and disconnected ALL the connectors. I measured 5V and 12V on the PS and they remained stable.
However, if I connect the control board and connect the power led or the speakers or both, it still does the flashing and/or clicking (respectively, of course).
I peaked at the digital board, but thought I would write something up here before I do anything TOO stupid. I am wondering if there is any way to mimic that resetting of the digital board through the DVI on the board itself (maybe some way more reliable. . . like maybe I can hold/short a reset circuit or something).
The major problem with this system is memory deletion.I mean the programmable rom ic bordering the ps.What you need to do is unplug the no. 5 pin and plug it back immediately after switching on i a sure you it will be working.
Posted on Aug 20, 2008
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