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Wont power on

Was using the monitor, suddenly the colors got brilliant (esp. the reds) and it died. a few days later it worked again, only for the same thing happening again. this time it didnt fix itself. nothing happens, not even the orange/green indicator comes on. i tested it with another power supply and it still wont power .up i have two of these and both power supplies work fine with the other LT765B

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  • dan spengler Sep 17, 2007

    first let me thank chansn for responding to my question. i have written in questions to many different forums in the past but no one ever responded! second, let me thank chansn for the correct solution! IT WORKED! I don't know why it worked, but it did! The reason I didn't try this earlier is because the connector on the monitor end was very tight and crammed into too small of a space for my chubby fingers. THIRD, the response was very timely and saved me from going out to buy a replacement. Three cheers for chansn !!!

  • lswinford Nov 01, 2007

    I have disconnected my MAG Innovision LCD monitor from the PC and power, and even left it disconnected from power for over a day, but when I connect the monitor back to the power supply it still will not power on.

    The little green light on the power button just blinks green.

    The monitor is less than 2 years old, Is it fried?

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Hi , please change the signal cable which is connected from CPU to monitor. please rate this comment.

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