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Blinking Blue Power Led on front, Monitor is non-responsive

Does anyone know what this means? Maybe there's something loose inside....I'm not feeling real confident about taking it apart, I've torn apart laptops and computers before without problems, this seems a bit tougher. Is this going to serve as an expensive paper weight for me or do you think there's something I can do to fix? Nothing displays on screen, just blue power LED on front flashing every few seconds or so when plugged in. Any help is appreciated... Thanks! Josh

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Hello, I had a similar proglem with the Blue light flashing briefly and getting a glimpse of the screen. I fixed it by replacing C922, a 1000uf 16volt electrolytic capacitor as was suggested in another section here. These capacitors bulge on top when they fail, so if yoy take off the back cover you can look for C922 and see if the top is bulging. Compare it with other similar capacitors on the board. Good luck. John, K9KA

Posted on Sep 05, 2007

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Hallo.Sorry for me english first.I have question.You plugg in a monitor with a notebok,or dektop pc? If you conect monitor with a notebook, i thing, you must change a display settings.This is very easy.On the ntb keyboar press and hold Fn-key and at same time press f4 key,and you cann chage the output canal for video signal,Lcd in notebook,external LCd or Both. I hope, it will help for you. Bye Perdo

Posted on Jul 27, 2007

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