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Monitor Will not come on

The led light does not come on and i hear a clicking sound in the speakers and i can see faint light going off and on in the screen. Is this monitor dead?

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  • kidshayslip Oct 10, 2007

    I unhooked all wires and hooked the monitor up to the pc, still nothing. 

  • Snoozy930 May 14, 2008

    I have the same issue with the TRT MX174 model. I hear a clicking sound, the monitor does not light up but the power light blinks on and off. I needed to work today so brought up the old CRT monitor and that is working just fine. My monitor is about 2.5 years old - any thoughts?



    Thanks.

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Remove all the wire from the back side of your CPU like mouse and keyboard.only monitor wire should be connected to the CPU .try this and let me know the status

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No. but there is a problem in supply

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