Question about LG Studioworks 563N 15" CRT Monitor
Posted by Anonymous on
Is there anything going on in Control Panel, Power Settings? Such as an auto off? Sometimes getting the monitor to come back on after it goes to "sleep" can be tricky. Usually a keyboard stroke works better than mouse movement. It almost sounds like a hardware problem and I would contact the manufacturer and see if it's still under warranty. I'm assuming the PC it is connected to isn't going off?
Posted on Mar 28, 2007
Nothing you can really do yourself with that. I would call manufacture and get solutions from them. When it comes to monitors, unless your skilled in repairing them you will only do more damage to them. If you really feel like jumping into it and have nothing to lose you should be able to find a service manual on this monitor here http://www.eserviceinfo.com/most_popular/list_8400.html and rip it apart to find the piece to replace.
Posted on Jul 19, 2007
This problem is not from monitor side,check computer RAM.Clean it twice and reinstall it on place.If you are using VGA card then disconnect it from PCI slots and connect VGA cable to on board VGA . I think it solves your problem.Let me know
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