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first of all make sure you are on the correct video stream.. (HDMI 1, HDMI2, etc) of Aux , Com.. or just plain ole Channel 3 or 4,, if all that fails it sounds like it might be your T-Con card. I had the same problem with TV I fixed for a friend and that was an easy fix. in fact he just gave me the TV after I fixed it. and it is still working.. I usually check with Shopjimmy.com for parts. if they don't have them in stock then I check with eBay,Amazon. or just Google the part number and find one there..
try monitor on a different working desktop to see if it works, both on the external and internal video card ports. If screen menu buttons fails to respond, fault is either on menu buttons or you may have a burned out lcd screen, try a different monitor on your desktop pc to check its functionality. Monitor probably needs replacement.( It might not be burned out for you mentioned "no signal" error message appeared on screen, have the screen menu buttons checked)
If you are talking about the MENU that shows up on the picture regarding the ISO, FLASH, APERTURE, WHITE BALANCE and Whatnot, you need to press the up arrow or down arrow buttons on the directional keys to remove the menu on the button
but if you are talking about the MENU which you can tweak different settings you just have to do a half-press on the shutter release button which will turn off the screen.
Yes, a stuck key would be a likely culprit. Sometimes a key will get stuck out of just plain useage/wear, or, pop or other liquid spill or splatter will result in a sticky key. Press on the suspect key-compare to another key- different feel will tell you a problem exists.
Low cost keyboards don't generally have the life expectancy as older higher quality ones. Laptop keyboards are also more fragile, and subject to problems.
Have you tried the 'Menu' button? If you've turned off 'Review' in the settings menu, the screen doesn't show anything after you take a picture. If the screen doesn't come on when you push the 'Menu' button with a charged battery installed, your camera will need to be repaired.
Have you tried the 'Menu' button? If you've turned off the 'Review' feature in the settings menu, your LCD screen won't show anything unless the 'Menu' button is pressed. If it doesn't come on when you push 'Menu' with a charged battery installed, your camera will need to be serviced.