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Viewsonic vp930b-3 My viewsonic vp930b-3 lcd monitor does not show anything, the screen is just blank but the little green light next to the power button keeps blinking. i don't know what could be wrong with it. Pliz help. I´ve got the complete same problem. The sreen is blank and the green light is blinking - i have a viewsonic 930-3 monitor. I would be gratefull if someone knows what to do

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  • dminges Aug 26, 2008

    My VP930b has the same/similar problem. When the power button is pressed, the screen does not light up and the green power light flashes a long-short-long pattern. With the DVI cable disconnected, the pattern is an even on-off-on. At no time does the display light, even when the menu buttons are pressed.

  • kagali2000 Sep 09, 2008

    view sonic vg 930m lcd monitor does not switch on..only it blinks blue light from the power on switch, also screen flashes when it does that and it never stops doing it. any idea?

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MY VP930b has the same problem.
It takes a very long time (5-10 minutes) before it becomes normal.

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