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OJ I am fairly sure that the Power Supply is failing, try replacing ALL Electrolytic Capacitors in the Power Supply section that often "Fixes" any problems. Oh use Higer Temperature and quality ones, when doing it..
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From time to time, I've the same white screen problem with my IIYAMA E1902WSV.
I can resolve that issue with a reset to factory settings. 1- Turn ON power (blue led) 2- Push on the MENU button and keep the button pushed while pulling out the power cord. 3- Plug the power cord back while keeping the MENU button pushed.
More likely to be capacitors failure in the power supply, worst case will be the lamps. You need to open it up and inspect the caps first, look for cap with buliging top/seal, see example of failed VIEWSONIC monitors due to bad caps (903b may be the sam as 902b): http://s807.photobucket.com/home/budm/allalbums
Post back what you find so we can guide you further.
Press & Hold MODE till it FLASHES (Seconds will flash first), then Press ST/STP and it will jump to MINUTES, then Press the LAP/RESETtilldesired Minutes. Once you do, Press ST/STP and it will jump to HOURS, then Press the LAP/RESETtill desired HOUR (if you go past 12 it will then show p.m. and vice versa for a.m). Once the Hour is chosen, Press MODE.
I received from iiyama a quote for repair: 400€ without VAT, 478 € with VAT, with a 3 month warranty.
So I ordered a HP LP2475W H-IPS LCD monotor from HP, for 656 € VAT & delivery incl. And a 3 year ON SITE warranty. It is superb, and after calibration it largely outperforms what I had before for my photographic use.