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Please try to Turn the monitor off. Hold down the Menu button
while the monitor is turned off, then press the Power button again to
turn the monitor back on. This should unlock your OSD menu. best regards
hawaibampras, Try thinking about the problem this way instead. "On/Off" switch works!! The electronic circuit that the switch is connected to is not "listening" to it any more. You will need to investigate units internal switch mode power supply board. Switch should be good for minimum 10k to 50k actuations!!! That would be approximately 2000 to 3500 days useage or more. 12fixlouie
if u are changing ur old monitor to new u may face problem ,
press F8 when the system starts and select the safe mode option and login admin mode change video settings resolution(control panel/display properties) into higer like (1020 pix) and if it visible give yes and restart
anthony_salt, If the fuse you replaced is still good, then I would first check the "switch-mode-power-supply" for bad electrolytic filter capacitors. By the way, was the original fuse bad? I also highly recommend you pay a visit to YOUTUBE, search out and view the longer vid clips of lcd monitor disassembly and lcd monitor repair. FYI try a website run by another fixya guy nickname is "buddymc" and the site is www.ccl-la.com/badcaps.htm They refurbish (rebuild) lcd displays of all kinds and all manufacturers. You can also check out these other sites FYI. www.lcdparts.net , www.badcaps.net I hope that this info steers you in correct direction. Good luck guy. 12fixlouie bye
Hello all.I had 2 AOC monitors with this kind of problem also and figured out the problem with this kind of monitor. All you have to do is to unscrew the monitor and get the control control switch buttons on its circuit board. There are four switch button that control the monitor with four pins each that attaches to the circuit board of AOC, another option is to replace the switch button with a brand new control switch button which can be bought to your local electronic shop. Now i had no problem with my AOC monitor because i literally removed those switch control buttons from its circuit board.