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Acer AL1714 My monitor flashes the acer logo for less than a second and then goes black, after 10 seconds or so it goes into sleep mode. If I have a video signal going into it, it does not go into sleep mode. The power supply is supposed to have 19VDC, it has 18.8VCD but I suspect that it cannot deliver the required current 51W. Thanks for your input, Shaun

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  • Anonymous Mar 12, 2008

    The monitor just flashes the acer logo and does not respond to anything. I turned it off for a few hours and turned it on and it is doing the same thing. I will appreciate any help

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OK I have the same monitor, I was given it by a client when I couldnt fix it, I DO have the 19V supply and still getting the same problem.

If you open it and reseat all connections you can reach, I find it starts to work. Unfortunately after less than a few days use it goes off again.

Hopefully this can help someone get further

Posted on Nov 03, 2007

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