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Monitor sounds? I turn my computer and monitor off at 2 in the morning and the monitor is making these noises as if it's cooling down. Sort of like when you grip it and it makes that cracking/popping sound. I can understand if it makes that sound right away because it's cooling off, but it's 4:50 in the morning now and I just woke up because it made that noise again several times in a row. Does this happen for anyone else or is my house just haunted?

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  • Edward Lee Apr 05, 2007

    Thanks dude, that helps a lot. I was starting to freak out. And it's been happening for a good couple of months now...luckily nothing has burnt out. But I mean..would it still do that, like two hours after I turn it off? That's the part that wakes me up in the middle of the night.

  • Edward Lee Apr 05, 2007

    Alright, thanks Berwin

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It happened that to me last year. After 2 weeks of cracking sound symptoms, my monitor begun to blackout - no video signal but the indicator light is still available. I checked it inside using my tester, one of its transistor was burned-out. I tried to replace it and its working up to now. Possible cause of this is probably overuse of monitor without proper ventilation causing electronic components to overheat. Try to bring it to an authorized TV repair man in your local area for proper diagnosis - Don't try to fix it yourself. He's the right expert to that.

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  • Anonymous Apr 05, 2007

    Do you mean a continuing noise from the monitor even after you pull the main plug?

    If there's a probable components defect inside, it will manifest its symptoms if there's an electric power present. It should not make a cracking/popping sound if the monitor is unplug from the outlet or UPS/AVR or computer. Try to disconnect its power line and notice if it's still making noise.

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