I plugged it into the computer and it turned on but it wasn't detected, then the screen faded to a white color but you could still make out what it said. I tried to turn it off but it can't turn off, so I can't even get to the recovery mode. None of the buttons work and now the screen is white with blue lines down it. I don't know what to do so can someone please help me?
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The problem must be with its main digital processor board. It will be best to make it confirm. Contact any service technician. Try this link. http://electronicshelponline.blogspot.com/
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Have you checked all cables first? Color fluctuations and problems of this nature can be caused by a bad VGA/HDMI/Component cable. Try plugging your source device into other inputs and see if you get the same result. If that happens you more than likely have a bad video card.
Follow the following solutions, this should fix up your trouble 1. Turn yourmonitor on. It should be on for at least 20 minutes before you continue. 2.Press the"Auto/Select" button on the front of your computer's monitor. Thescreen will be wavy while the adjustment happens. When the screen stops beingwavy, the faded colors should no longer be visible. Follow steps 1 and 2 if you do not have a disk for the monitor.
This is a tipical flyback defect circuit, the lines can 1st appear on top/bottom of screen, then can increase to center. Send monitor to repair center, for check and repair. You can test with a tv test signal.