I turned on my monitor and it came on and could see my desktop, then it was gone a few seconds later. It still has power and if you turn it off then back on it shows the display then it gone again.. any suggestions on what may be causing this problem.. all help appreciated. thanks
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Re: samsung syncmaster 175v
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.
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Go into monitor controls on monitor and adjust as they come up. Unhook monitor, power up computer, cut off, plug in monitor power up computer, right click on screen, settings, adjust for screen size and additional monitor by clicking 2 and saying yes in box. Hope this helps.
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I have a Samsung Syncmaster 175v Mfg Oct '03 displaying the __ White
Screen . I removed the screws on the back , removed base stand,
separated case with flat screwdriver starting at bottom, unplugged the
small wire to the panel menu buttons , removed metal cover from back of
LCD. Now you can see the powerboard \ inverterboard combo and the
attached video signalboard. Follow the 30 wire plug to the LCD screen,
the 30 wire plug goes under a metal panel , remove the 3 small screws
securing the panel and you will see the hidden LCD screenboard. Very
close to where the 30 wire plug attaches to this screenboard on the
Rightside you will see with a magnifying glass a SurfaceMounted Fuse
named F1 with a value? of "K". On my LCD the fuse tested with a
volt-ohmmeter to be Open or Blown. The right thing to do would be to
replace the fuse however I acquired my LCD from a trashcan / dumpster
so I stretched a drop of solder connecting both sides of the fuse. Now
I do not have the protection from power failures and surges that the
fuse could offer but upon reassembly my screen works like new again . PS : i'm not an expert at anything...x'cept maybe dumpster diving. God Bless
I had the same problem, took it all apart and pushed on the socketed chip, it made a click noise and it works now. I also pushed on everything including the variable resistors. First time it's worked since it quit working!!