I replaced an old crt type monitor on my computer with a tft flat panel one this worked ok for a time but now
after being switched on it works for only a short time may be ten minutes then goes black no information on the screen at all
If I switch the monitor off then on again straight away the on screen information returns but only for a couple of seconds the computer is still running normally all this time
I can continue the switching on and off process to enable me to shut down the computer
I have tried the monitor on other computers systems
it does exactly the same
I have today turned down the brightness control to 50 on the monitor menu to see if this action does any good
would be very gratefull for any suggestions
The monitor is only fourteen months old
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Re: FPD 1760 Flat screen monitor
Take a flashlight and shine it at the LCD screen while after it goes black. If you can see the screen images still then your backlight is the problem.
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If you have the appropriate cable to connect the output port of the computer to the input port of the Flat Panel TV every thing will be OK. For optimum performance you might have to install the drivers for the replacement flat panel.
This sounds like a typical Capacitor in the Power Supply fault. Some people take them apart and replace the capacitors, however I recommend that you get a "Quote" for repair, as these often "Chain Fault" and I have seen a lot of disappointed would be fixers.
Check that the connection from monitor to computer are tight. Maybe disconnect and then reconnect tightly. The most likely problem if the connection if good is your graphics card. Most of the time these are embedded on your motherboard meaning the entire board would need replacing, some graphic cards are external cards that are easier to troubleshoot and replace. Try the connections and let me know. Is the computer older than the monitor, or were they purchased together? What is the warranty status?
you have snap frame around the screen itself use flat screw driver fine edge, theres about four locations that snap into slots work them away and remove frame, then remove screws on back will seperate ,you will have to remove monitor button panel board to, once inside, four screws around screen itself once in side,this will lead you to power connection inside main screen frame, the board and the connections
The screen you have is almost certainly on the way out. This type of fault is in the Horizontal Flyback section of the Monitor. Usually components fault or age and change value, these lines are normally "Turned Off" so ya can't see them, that "Turn Off" circuitry is going faulty.. it will only get worse. I suggest a new, or 2nd hand monitor as they are so cheap these days fixing CRT monitors can be cost prohibitive.