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It started failing, now is dead.

In the past, my 150s monitor sometimes was failing. It didn´t . Just didn´t switch on, or sometimes switch for 1/2 second and swiched off. Other times swithed but the screen got totally blank, keep white while image disappeared and then switched off. The problem disappeared when putting the panel on a dry enviroment, or on a place where the sun gives it some heat, so I thought was just humidity. Now, doesn´t switch at all. Anyone knows posible solution?,

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  • jose ferreira Jun 17, 2007

    It is 4 years. Maybe some problem with humidity? If I buy a new one, any problem with have it in the sleeping room?

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If it is over a year or so old - simply replace it There are usually no economic repair solutions.

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  • Anonymous Jun 18, 2007

    Keep it where it is warm and dry any room will do
    so long as it does not keep you awake at night - in which case switch it off or turn it to the wall ;-)

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