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Case removal My B90D Monitor has a loose connection at the power plug on the back on the unit. I need to find out how to seperate the case to repair the connection.

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  • Thomas Goetz May 26, 2007

    sorry for the delayed reply... out of town. thanks for the help!

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Usually a 'Snap together' operation Be craeful now - dont break a tab and be aware of high volts

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My acer monitor come on and screen go blank


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WARNING: Before you start troubleshooting remember that you are dealing with electricity that can KILL. http://www.kitchentablecomputers.com/static.php - rules Only work inside the computer case when the power has been switched off and disconnected. Never open the power source. Some of the below steps recommend removing physical parts within the computer. While in the computer it is highly recommend that you be aware of ESD and its potential hazards Causes a Computer Monitor to Go Blank b> While a blank screen may be caused by a general power outage, more often it's a problem with the screen itself. It could be a loose video or power cable going to the monitor. If that's the case, you can get the screen working again and be back in business in a few minutes. b> Power Problems All the power might be off due to a bad outlet, switch, fuse, or circuit breaker. If you hear no sound coming from the computer and its power light is off, check the power connection and breaker or fuse. Video Cable Many times the cause of monitor blackouts is a loose video cable connection. This might happen if you move the monitor or the cable. The video cable runs from the back of the computer to the monitor. It has a multi-pin connector on each end and both of them screw down securely. If the screws aren't tight, either connector could become loose. If that happens, the video signal could stop suddenly and make the picture go blank. Check both ends of the connector to make sure they're firmly seated and the screws are tight. The cable itself might be bad.This is unlikely, but possible. b> Display Power The monitor must have power. If the power light isn't lit on the monitor, it may have been turned off or become unplugged. Press the power button to make sure it wasn't accidentally turned off. Make sure the monitor is plugged in. If it's connected to a power strip, check that the power strip is on. If that checks out, unplug the monitor and try a different outlet. Power strip sockets can sometimes fail. Flat-screen monitors may have a power-brick-style adapter. It, too, has connectors. Follow the power cable from the monitor's power plug back to the monitor. About halfway up you'll find a thick rectangular plastic brick. The power goes into a modular-style equipment socket. This can become loose. Follow the wire the rest of the way to the monitor. It connects to the back of the screen with a small round plug. Check that it's firmly plugged in. If everything's plugged in right and the power light on the monitor's still off, the power brick might be bad. b> Video Card Some computers have a separate video card inside. It may come loose and cause a blank screen. If this is the case, open the computer and inspect the video card. Sometimes removing and reseating the card will fix the problem. If it has to be replaced, most video cards are not expensive.

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If its a brand new monitor, return it to the place of purchase and exchange it.

If its a used monitor then I would suspect that someone has given you the wrong power cord for the unit. Sometimes people check to see which cord "fits" the unit and think that its appropriate because they can connect it.

That is not correct when it comes to monitors. Just because a power cord fits by connecting to the monitor does not always mean its appropriate to run it correctly.

Check the voltage requirements on back of the monitor and compare them to the power cord your using with it. If they are appropriate and your still experiencing this problem then the power cord might be bad.

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How do you do that?

Check the pins on the end of the cable that connects the monitor to your pc. Are any broken, missing or bent?. Check the other end that connects to the monitor and verify the same thing.

Then try and jiggle the video card by grabbing the area that you connect the monitor cable to on the back of your pc's case and see if it is loose. If it is, get a screwdriver and tighten the screws until its tight.

Try plugging it in again and see if this solves your problems. If it doesn't then clarify your findings and I will help you solve this issue another way.

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Hello there:
This is usually not a good sign
I will give you a couple of things to try out first ok
(1) you may want to try the monitor on a seperate computer to see if it will work if not than the monitor needs to be repaired.
but if the monitor will work on a seperate computer than this just means that your video card on your computer is either loose or it is not working to test this try these steps
you can try to remove the power cord and open the case and remove the power supply cord that goes to the motherboard than press the power button of the computer for 15 seconds and than if you have a reset button press this button for 15 seconds than plug the power supply cord back into the motherboard and try to reboot the machine and see if this will work if not try this
(2) with the computer unplugged remove the video card and clean the gold edge with rubbinbg alcohol and let dry than reinstall than reboot the machine if still nothing than you will have to get a new video card.
*** NOTE*** if your video card is built to the mother board this is a common thing cause they dont last forever so just get a new video card and install and connect the monitor to that one and not the old one ok?
so please try these solutions and you should be all right
best regards michael.

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If you're positive that your computer is getting power and that you're turning it on correctly, you probably have a hardware problem. The most likely suspect is the power supply in the system unit. To determine the culprit and fix the problem, however, you'll need to call in professional help at this point. Take your system to a certified repair center and let its technicians get to work.
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The power cord is the same as found in many desktop computers.
If this is what you are referring to. Then the plug should be connected inside and it snaps into place onto the meatl part inside the monitor.
You may have to disassemble the unit to get it back together.
Sorry for delay in reply, I never was notified that you had replied.
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