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My nec lcd2080ux monitor had a great screen one day and a blank screen the next. What would be the reason for this? Thanks

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  • dllaba Sep 01, 2008

    I not only checked the connection but installed a dvi cable just in case the original wire was faulty but no change. Any other ideas?

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When the input is disconnected from the computer there is a 'no signal window' that appears on the monitor. It is clear and crisp suggesting the screen is still operational but the signal from the computer is not getting through or is not being translated into a screen image. When the computer is on the green light is active suggesting a sent signal and the light turns amber when the computer signal is off.
Any suggestions?
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You may have loosened the monitor cable. Just unscrew it and insert firmly again.

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  • Patrick Regoniel
    Patrick Regoniel Sep 02, 2008

    A totally blank screen means that there is no power coming in. If the power cable is new, a broken cable should not be an issue. Check if the fuse is busted (if this is accessible) and replace it. The power source should also be checked. Some outlets lose power when the circuit breaker cuts off the electricity due to a power surge.

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