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LG Flatron 795FT - Led blinking

Dear Sir/Madam I have a 795ft plus for 5 years. I can't turn my monitor on. I have power because amber (orange) led is on. when I press the power the orange led blinking 4 times and goes off for 1 second and so on.I disconnect the signal cable but problem still remain. I couldn't find any solution in troubleshooting guides. what can I do now ? if the problem related to the montor harware please describe the details. ! thanks.

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  • mreza kabiri Apr 06, 2007

    thank you
    but I need experts opinion about hardware problem with more details and a way to solve that problem by myself ( I have B.Sc. in electronic engineering)
    monitor power cord,signal cable and My graphic card are intact. I'm sure that the problem come from monitors internal hardware.

    any suggestion will be appreciated.

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There is a step by step procedure 1.check the power cord. (try with a new one) 2.check the monitor on other pc, even if it is not working on the other pc, then carry to a service centre. 3.if it is working on the other pc then check the vga slot/card of your pc then 4.try to change the vga card and try connect an other monitor to your pc. so basing on this you will be able to trace the problem. 5.still the problem persists the consult the service centre.

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