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Monitor dosn't atart

When switch on power
power light(green) blinks rapidly and monitor dosn't start

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  • Anonymous Mar 11, 2009

    samsung syncmaster225mw has similar problem.

    while powering on computer system the power led just start to blink rapidly say about 6 blinks per second.

    after powering down the computer it remains in this state as long as the power cord is remowed from the monitor. and even this does not help it all the times. sometimes it continues to blink this way. and no button responds nor does the monitor's remote control unit.

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When i swith on power light (Green) blinks rapidly and monitor doesn't start

Posted on Nov 01, 2008

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Check SDL,SCL Path and It's related parts(Neck board PCB 2 MICOM)
check Output Voltages of SMPS
And also check dry points.

Posted on Oct 15, 2008

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