I have a philips lcd monitor in which nowadays the green light goes off and on continuously . I have speakers in it too but their power light is always on.
plzzzzzzzzz some 1 help me out...its urgent.
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Re: Green light goes on and off
Hi, aside from the blinking green light, does it display something like "No Signal", if it is it might be possible that it's not your monitor that is on the brink, it is possible that your computer isn't turning on and therefore the monitor cannot display anything since there is no video signal from the computer.
Perhaps you can try plugging the Philips monitor to another PC that is known to be operational to check if it will display something. If it does then the other PC is not working, if again no display or green light blinks, then the Philips monitor would require service. You might have to have a qualified service personnel to have a look inside and further diagnose the proble. I wouldn't recommend that you try opening the monitor since it's a bit complicated.
Hope this be of some use to you and pls post again how things turn up. Kind regards.
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You need to connect an audio cable with stereo miniphone plugs at both ends (Radio Shack), one end goes into the audio line out (green jack) on the PC, another goes into audio line in (green jack) of the monitor. Set the volume conrtrol on the monitor about 1/2 way up, then adjust the volume at the PC.
Usually fuses do not allow the operation LED to light. Rarely nowadays are fuses used in LCD monitors. Since you're sure the monitor is the problem, then it will have to go to a reputable repair person.
The speakers wires are normally color coded if the computer isn't ancient, the Speaker PLUG is green, if you are using the speakers in the monitor, then plug the green one from monitor to green jack on back of PC, (Microphone plug and jack is pink/Red).
If you are using other speakers 3rd party, 4.1,5.1, the hookup is different usually, But I think you need green to green, there should only be one green plug on back of PC, It may be labled sound out. but yours is probably green.
PS you also need to kake sure the monitor speakers dont require their own Power Supply/ AC adapter, Most of them do, while some desktop and monitor speakers do not just connect the cord ffrom monitor to green jack, "sound out". If this helps, thanks for the feedback
Check the cables, make sure it is secure on both ends. Also see if you pull up the Monitors on screen menu.
As long as the light is green, that means there is a signal. it could be a bad monitor. Shut off all the lights in the room, then grab a Flashlight and hold it against the LCD screen while it
boots into windows. Can you see the desktop now, but very dimm? If you
can see the desktop, then connect Your PC to another monitor (if u have one or a friends, perhaps) and
boot it up, can you see the desktop on the other monitor fine?, then we just ruled out a Bad video card and narrowed it down to either a Bad Inverter in the Screen or LCD back light issue.
probally not worth fixing, because replacement LCD's arent cheap. nowadays at the right sale you can buy a Brand new LCD monitor for as little as $199
This is most probably cause by one or more Faulty Electrolytic Capacitors, I find these are the MOST commonest form of "Fault" in these LCD's TFT's units. I ususally simply replace "On Spec" all High Value Electros, in fact ALL Electro's are suspect and often I just "Shotgun" and replace 'em all. Usually fixes all problems. Always use High Temperature Caps. Try this as it is a common problem I find a lot. Good Luck.