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Sceptre LCD problem

Hi I have a 19' Sceptre X9G Komodo II LCD. When the power is plugged in, I just get the power light blinking green. when it is hooked up to a computer, I get a solid green, but no picture. Any ideas on what possibly could be wrong? Thanks in advance! Dj

  • dj60827 Sep 21, 2007

    Also, this is a used monitor; was working at one point.

  • kaskel6 Apr 10, 2009

    My monitor has power (blue light is solidly lit) but no display. If I shut off the monitor and then turn it back on, I have a display for aprox. 1 sec. theen it goes blank again.I tried another monitor and it worked fine. It also did the same thing when connected to another computer. It worked fine earlier and then all of a sudden it didn't.

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Sceptre LCD problem? This trouble maybe power supply or inverter boards is defective.
first you can test the voltage of the multr,and then check which part is defective.From Wisiny.com can find those parts
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Mine did the same thing unless i gave it alot of time to warm up and i mean alot after awhile i hade to open it up plug it into my computer turn them both on and uynplug a wire inside and plug it back in and presto in worked for awhile

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You didn't say if this monitor used to work on your computer or if it's new to you. Assuming it's new. Check if you get the Bios text etc when the compter is first switched on, if so then the monitor may not be able to support your windows resolution. If you have two monitor sockets on your PC then try the other one. If you are plugging in to a laptop, sometimes you have to enable the external monitor output. Just a few guesses, more info required.

  • Anonymous Sep 22, 2007

    Could it be that the backlight in the monitor has stopped working?
    Can you see a display on the LCD if you shine a bright light from the right angle.

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