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My monitor works for a little while, then goes black.

My monitor works fine for a little while, then it just goes black. If I shut down and re-boot, it comes back on...but only for a little while and it goes black again.

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  • Anonymous Mar 13, 2009

    I'm having the same issue with an Emachines flat monitor model 568 eview 15L. What can I do to fix this?

  • garyr121234 Mar 17, 2009

    "My monitor, emachines E15T4 15" flat panel, works for a little while, then goes black." first note witht eh red green blue is "No Signal" then all black screen with white rectangle with note "Frequency out of range". If I shut down and re-boot the monitor works. Once I had bad color but that seems to have gone away. Once had ithe screen go into a weirdverticla streaky siver, grey, black affair. Is the problem with the monitor or the CPU? How do I, not tech savvy, determine which it is?

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Your power-inverter board needs an overhaul.
Probably in need of the standard capacitor replacement.
OR
a bulb in the screen is bad (a bad bulb will usually show symptoms)
It will flicker, or will look pinkishish for a bit or dark in the middle top or bottom of the screen.
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Posted on Oct 12, 2008

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