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Re: Monitor temporarily on
It looks like it may be receiving power from the computer but not a signal. Try a different monitor cable from the PC and even a different monitor.
If doesn?t work, it could be the graphics card in the PC.
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It sounds like the power supply is failing. This computer has an odd size power supply. You could try another power supply from another computer and see if it boots up just connect it from the outside of the case temporarily . If it is the power supply you could remove the power supply to measure it and search online for the correct one. I just did a Google search and there were alot of option to choose. Thanks for using FixYa
This sounds like the power inverter is failed.. It's what pumps up the power for the light in the monitor.
You could try unplug the sound bar from the back of monitor if you have the sound bar installed. Just a maybe..
To fix the inverter (replace) is usually better to buy newmonitor unless you do it your self.
The defective LCD Backlight inverter will cause the following symptoms:
No Display, but Power Indicate light stay on green (Or Blue).
Screen flash on and off and the power indicate light stays on green (or Blue).
Hello Chelleydiao, hi, its either you have a CPU problem or the monitor itself. Check or use another monitor to see if the problem is fix. you see an blank monitor can also be caused by the CPU if it fails to boot. the aid the checking, do you see any orange light on the monitor? or any indication.... the led light on the screen in summary: green or blue means there is power and the CPU boots up.
if orange the CPU fails to boot, if there are no lights on the Monitor panels, there are problems on the monitor. check these first....I need a much detail description.
If tried the monitor on two other computers with the same result -- definitly your monitor is faulty. Take it to the repair shop. To make double sure, run your computer with another monitor. If everything is fine now; you can blame the monitor.
Connect an external monitor to the laptop and see if you can see what is happening on that.
It is a possibility that your inverter is faulty and will need to be replaced. They will normally power on for a few seconds, then cut out.
Remember to set the laptop to use the external monitor with the function keys.
Sounds like a problem in the power supply section that will need component-level electronic troubleshooting.
If it's under warranty and less than 30-60 days, I would suggest an exchange. If not, I would call the number in the manual for help.