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Re: No diplay in Monitor
The blinking LED usually denotes that no signal is reaching the monitor.
Do you have another monitor you can attach to the computer to test it? It sounds like it may be a computer problem, not a monitor problem.
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(Please be advise that if
you don't have the knowledge, the proper skills and the right tools to
open the back cover of your monitor and replace its part...don't risk
Otherwise, bring your unit to a credible technician and avail of warranty if there is any.....) If you have guts.. then do the following steps..
You said your monitor will blink but no picture display... well, there are possible reasons why this problem
Open the back cover of your monitor..Check the power supply section for possible loose
connections and blown capacitors.. Resolder any loose terminal connection on the pcb. Check for any blown capacitor, replace the capacitor with exact value, and also replace any bulging capacitor..If you have successfully replace the parts you can try to turn it on and connect the vga cable in it to the video card of your computer. Turn on also the cpu, if the monitor led turn green and the display came out..that fixed it.
2. In case you have successfully repaired the power supply section and the led of the monitor stays green.. then the problem will be in the inverter board section....Turn off your monitor... open the back cover...on the inverter board section.. check and replaced burnt or overheating high voltage transformer..if one or more of this overheats, it is enough to affect the supply current from the power supply section and that may cause to blow your capacitor...If the ballast transformer is working fine the last thing to check is the backlight inverter (the light that illuminate causing display in your monitor) Replace any busted lamp.. that should fix the black screen on your monitor. ..
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There are No display in your system .Pls remove Power cable from CPU and again plug it and start your system.If display still not comes then pls remove RAM chip from slot in the Motherboard and re-install goods one and check it.if still display not come then issue with Motherboard .Its detter call vendor for repair the Motherboard.
I thing it is the problem of horizantal output transistor.that is placed on hitsink of eht big in size.Or check vga cable.
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if the monitor green led is blinking continuosly
the follow the steps
remove the cable of the monitor which is connected to the CPU and watch the monitor it should show a message ( no input signal or cable disconnected, that means your monitor is OK the problem is with your CPU . try this and let me know