I have a similar problem with another LCD monitor (Compaq FP5315).
The monitor comes on and then flashes on and off repeatedly, but only when the video cable is attached to the computer. When it is not attached to the computer, the monitor displays the message about no signal or whatever is on the screen and the power stays on indefinitely. When I switched to another computer, it didn't do it for awhile, but after 30-60 minutes, it started flashing on and off repeatedly.
Since it works without the video cable attached, I'm assuming it's not the power supply, right? Any thoughts on what it might be?
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Yes you need a stereo jack to connect the monitor through the audio port (green hole) to the green port on your soundcard chip. You can obtain one of these from maplins or Radioshack or similar, which will be cheap. Make sure you tell them you wanta jack with stereo
Hi I have similar, I'm an electronics engineer and took mine apart only to find the power supply is very sick to the pint the pcb that converts all the signals probably has been damaged too, ie BIN FODDER.
Not very constructive but at least I know what is wrong - if I can get any constructive info i willl post it....
I'm not sure about P101 and P102 but if this point is located on the controller card.But normally if connecter to LCD from controller
board then it should be a data cable and that to is not measure it.You've to really becareful for the cable that connect LCD backlight to inverter cos that is almost 1000 V!!!!
But for sure if you could mail me the picture. [email protected]
It needs the power supply board fixed. I have fixed several like this. It needs 5 or 6 capicitors and a 7.5v zener diode which is really easy to do if you know how to solder. If you dont know how to solder you need to take it to a repair man or buy a new one.