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LCD monitor is not affected by manetic field like the CRT type monitor which uses electron beam to light up the phosphers. It is more like the power supply is not supplying the full voltages as needed by the backlight inverter circuits. Look the power supply section for bad DC caps with leaking/bulging tops, or they may have high ESR (you need ESR meter to test it).
You will need to open it up and inspect the inside, see example of failed monitors to get some ideas what to look for: http://s807.photobucket.com/home/budm/allalbums
Post back what you see inside so we can guide you further and it will help out other people in the future also.
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Yamaha iiyama... | Answered on Jul 22, 2010


    • Better go to the shop from where you bought it  they will provide you the replacement 

    Yamaha iiyama... | Answered on Jun 17, 2010


    The fix was pretty easy in the end.

    Instructions are based upon Windows XP Pro OS.

    Re-boot computer but inerrupt start-up by pressing F8 (option will vary between computers)

    Select SAFE mode but with VGA option in order that the screen will actually display.

    Once fully loaded click:

    Start
    Control Panel
    Appearance and Themes
    Display
    Settings

    Using the mouse cursor adjust Screen Resolution sliding scale until the ratio matches your monitor e.g. 1280 x 1084

    Then click Apply and OK (important to do it in this order otherwise changes will not be saved)

    Reboot as normal and the monitor should now display correctly.

    Yamaha iiyama... | Answered on Nov 10, 2009


    I don't know for sure if this will help but it's worth a try. Go to Start, control pannel, system, advanced, performance, settings, and click adjust for best performance. This is a Windows XP fix but the same thing may apply to older OS's (95, 98, 2000, ME, NT (although you may have to set it a diferent way). Many other things could be your problem but this is an easy thing to try.

    Yamaha iiyama... | Answered on Sep 12, 2009


    give it a light bang with your hand to the side.. really.. it says so on their website. it happened because of dis-alignment of some grid, probably happeden during transport

    Yamaha iiyama... | Answered on Dec 10, 2008


    I would guess either the device is faulty, the USB port is faulty or there is a software glitch.
    It used to happen to me a lot and it was usually a software problem - I can't prove it but I believe it was a conflict between the operating system and Nero, the cd burning programme.

    Such things hardly happen since I stopped trying to use Nero. Software conflicts weren't unusual with low cost programmes which would "borrow" bits of Windows but fail to give them back when the programme was uninstalled.
    The easiest way forward was to format the drive and reinstall the operating system.

    Yamaha Computers... | Answered on Apr 19, 2020


    So to confirm he connected power directly to the battery springs?
    What voltage did he connect to those springs?
    If it was more than 12v you have almost certainly done some internal damage.
    As best you may have blown a few diodes which are there to protect from small voltage overruns - at worst probably burnt out the motherboard.

    If you do not know how to check these it is probably advisable to take to a repair centre.

    Becketts Music
    www.beckettsmusic.co.uk

    Yamaha Computers... | Answered on Aug 23, 2019


    So what are you getting? Power light, screen display, just no sound?

    Try pressing a demo tune - does that work?
    If it does then you may have a problem with the connector from keybed to motherboard.

    If no sound just try connecting the disc drive up again - if this then makes it work it is probably hanging during the start up procedure.

    Report back if you need to and we can try something else.

    Becketts Music
    www.beckettsmusic.co.uk

    Yamaha Computers... | Answered on Aug 23, 2019


    yamaha dx100 reset. Press voice switches 1 and 2 while turning power switch on. Display will say test entry?. press the plus/yes button. This will reinitialize all memory to factory settings. Also the lithium ram backup battery voltage will be displayed as check level with a number representing the battery voltage. The number will be 10 times the actual battery voltage. A new battery will display 33 representing 3.3 volts. If your reading is below 22 then your battery is shot and will need replacing and if you turn the unit off it will probably get a scrambled memory again.

    Yamaha Computers... | Answered on Jul 29, 2019


    Guessing that some people think a Tyros 1 is a PC or something.

    If the Tyros goes blank screen and all the lights go out then it is most likely the REG board (regulators) that provide the 5v and 3.3v. This overheats and the devices shutdown. Quite often this is cured with a restart on more serious cases the regulators need replacing. As they are cheep it is best to replace all while the unit is apart. I am just about to do this repair on a Tyros I purchased the other day.

    Computers &... | Answered on Jul 27, 2019


    AW4416 Users - HELP needed!
    I think my hard drive crashed or is in trauma! It 'froze up' so I shut it down. When I try to restart it it never gets past the "Initializing the Recorder Section" window. The HD's red light is on without any intermittent blinking.

    Is there a trick to get it to boot up so I can back some stuff up?

    Last year when I had lots of stuff on the HD I had occasional freeze-ups but it always came back. Then when that project was finished I got all of it off the HD into a backup and the AW has been smooth for more than a year. Recorded a CD for a local string Quartet and everything was good. When that wrapped up I wiped the HD again and started a CD for myself. Not a lot of songs or tracks yet but some stuff I really don't want to lose if possible.
    Hard lesson to learn.

    Bill from PA, are you out there? any other AW4416 users?

    the AW user forum (socialentropy.com) seems dead! I've gotten some great help there!

    Thanks
    Sourov

    Yamaha Computers... | Answered on Jan 15, 2019


    Mukhang ang iyong plug ay carbon fouled. Marahil ang iyong pinaghalong gasolina ay masyadong mayaman. Subukan ang pagsasaayos ng iyong karburator.

    Yamaha Computers... | Answered on Nov 08, 2018


    Did it ever work? Have you tried more than one input on the Yamaha? Will the BlueRay play through a different system? Seems unlikely that both the L & R cables are bad. If it's an optical cable, have you ruled out a bad cable?

    Yamaha Computers... | Answered on Feb 25, 2018

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