Question about Acer AL1913 19" LCD Monitor
Posted by Anonymous on
double check that all yor connections are tight. Open your PC case (unplug it) and ensure that all your fans are clean. It appears that your problem is due to loose cable connections, but this may be a good time to do some computer spring cleaning.
Posted on Apr 29, 2008
LCD panels use cold-cathode fluorescent bulbs to make the light necessary for them to show images. What you're describing is something I've seen in panels where the bulbs were dying or dead. it's also possible that the controller for the bulbs is also on the fritz.
Posted on Jan 08, 2009
This could indicate that there is a problem with your display card and not your monitor. Try plugging you monitor into another pc and check for the same problem.
Posted on Jun 06, 2009
The light should come on steady. Your monitor most likely has the typical failed capacitor problem. The Power Supply board in the monitor most likely has some capacitors that have failed, visible signs include swelling of the ends of the parts, but they can fail without showing any visible sgns. Replacement of the capacitors often restores operation.
Posted on Feb 02, 2010
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