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Screen not working

When you first turn on the monitor and then turn on the computer, the monitor screen flickers on and off every second or so, but it won't ever stay lit until you kind of whop it on the back, then it will come on and work just fine. You have to whop it right when it is flickering on. Other monitors work fine on this comp and cable. I can tell it is getting plenty of power and signal, the problem is definitely with the monitor itself.

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    My insingnia D300a PC does not interact with the monitor...at all. I make sure the monitor is on, all the cables are in the right spot, and the computer powers on as well, but nothing on the screen. Is the motherboard fried? Please tell me.

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There is a problem with the degausing coil of the monitor. just open the case and try to clean the degausing coil. thx jsut vote for me so that i can help u better.

Posted on Aug 29, 2007

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I wonder if this can be fixed with this part:

http://www.lcdrepair.us/e152-e153fpb-inverter-power.html

Posted on Jan 04, 2008

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