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LG Flatron ez t713sh 17" CRT Problem:
I have the same problem, i try to fix it my self. It's seem the horizontal power transistor J5804 has been broken/short. So I replaced with the new one. When i turn on my monitor, the crt's display normally and the blinking power led is become lite on. But when i use it about 30 minute the crt goes black again and the power led is blinking again. Is there anything wrong on the circuits. Please help!
How to unlock power saving mode on my cctv camera's LG monitor
Unfortunately, I can't help you with this issue, because I don't understand it at all. My eldest daughter installed CCTV cameras at my home because she is afraid of me because I am supposedly already old. But then she also installed smoke detectors and water leaks, she is afraid that I may leave the water not turned off or the stove, so she installed them. And in the application from this Ajax company, I monitor the security of my home and, in principle, this application is clear to me, although I am not very friendly with technology.
Hey I have an LG Flatron L1718S screen that work fine for a few weeks then suddenly switch off for a few days ,then switch on again,it's a irritating cycle.Please HELP
- Larry Ng Jul 15, 2021that is just a YEAR 2007 LCD computer monitor, it needs a computer to work. if it fails in a 2nd PC ,
if that test fails,the monitor is bad. (hardward failure, monitor.
the tests are simple,
it fails on 2nd good PC, what can be more simple that test ANY 14 year old monitor on a 2nd good PC.
when dead do this.(test2)
they are all here when dead again use a FLASH LIGHT. (or in UK a low carbon foot print TORCH)<< joking.
all monitors older than 2010 do this . (has CCFL inside and that is never fun now)
the cure is newer monitors 2011 to now called LED monitor.s or OLED.
the tubes are cold cathode florescent tubes. (back lamps.) (have 5 classic fail symptoms not just dead)
they are short lived,
laptops and monitors both back then. 20,00hours on the clock and go bad. bank on it.
the 3 failures are CCFL, PSU board, and logic board
#1 is CCFL the all died long ago, on average about year 2003 (07 +5= 12, 2012) at 20,000 yours boom dead.
PSU is here:
below is logic board.
one of the 3 fail, CCFL tubes dead is like 99%
we retire them if the CCFL test fails. (using bench PSU to test them) but you have non of that so. upgrade
Larry Ng Jul 19, 2021
logic board. (CCFL tubes dead, PSU dead, or logic board dead) and or thermally failing , and bad.
Anonymous Jul 23, 2021
99% of all monitors are all dead. due to those silly low live CCFL back lamps.
or the 2cards inside that can fail too. PSU card +HV CCLF power or the Data card is dead.
99.9% of folks seen these facts, upgrade now.
high voltage inside 600v on the CCFL pins
Analog Power Saving Mode
Right click on your desktop>Properties, then click on Screen saver tab, then at botton of the box you should see 'Monitor Power'.
Click on 'Power' then Power schemes tab.
Look at 'Turn off monitor' and set to 'Never'
Hello, today i unluged my
That's probably a message from the monitor because it's not getting a signal from the computer. Look at the VGA cord where it plugs into the computer, or the monitor to see if you bent pins when reinserting the plug.
Monitor slow to display picture
Hi, Sounds like an issue of the video card not the monitor. Take to computer shop to verify. One thing you can try is drop the dpi down (refresh rate)a bit. Then try again. If that makes sense to you. Hope that helps.
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