Question about Westinghouse L1975NW Monitor
Just opened my new monitor, had it going and was trying to get the screen to fit better and was pushing all kinds of buttons and hit the no signal input and now there is no picture at all and I can't get it off the no signal input. The reason I bought a monitor is because the backlight on my laptop died and I thought I'd hook up a monitor until I could figure out what new laptop I wanted to buy. Help me please with the "no signal input" problem.
most USA monitor boards are set for 120 volt at 60 cycles you are using 240 at 50 cycles in India and most moniotrs are not changeable like a computers power supply, so no you can't buy another board here and expect it to work, unless you have an electric transformerconverter to convert 240 to 120, and change the cycles then it will work and if you need a board you can ebay the monitor and ask one of the sellers if they have access to internal boards for replaccement. Now even if you buy a board here in the us, that doesnt mean you have a working lcd monitor, most likely you have done massive damage to the transistors in the lcd panel iteself I would be surprised if you did not have 100 dead pixels if it even worked at all
I would have it repaired there 9india) the cost is cheaper as the boards come from Taiwan...less distance to travel you see?
That is the best I can do for you have a great holiday season.
Posted on Dec 03, 2008
If you haven't figured it out yet through a web search, Westinghouse monitoris have problems with blown caps on the power supply board. If you are lucky the problem is minimal and won't require more than replacement of the caps. You won't know until/unless you open the case and inspect the power supply board.
Posted on Mar 07, 2009
momof3boysn1, Did you try removing the plug from the outlet strip and then plug monitor back in and turn it back on? Usually the button that looks like an asterisk with a small circle dead center will be the brightness control. get back to me if this won't help. I'm louie12fix on fixya or [email protected] aol.com
Posted on Apr 05, 2009
If the monitor has two video inputs - a DVI-D and a DSub VGA then the monitor needs to be switched to the DVI-D video input.
Posted on Jan 26, 2010
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