Mitsubishi Diamond - Recent Questions, Troubleshooting & Support
Now the monitor flickers..
Your monitor is slowly dying. Get ready for the eventuality and start saving some bucks for replacement.
Ok the i got a problem the buttions for my monitor
mcdevito75 here, Thru the control panel, click start, the control panel, then display options, Brightness and volume. Most likely you"ll need another monitor as adjustments from your computer only are limited.
Do not know what plug ins to attach to computer
It's very likely what you call the flat plug is the video cable. (Picture #1) below. The corresponding cable looks like (Picture #2). The other cable (A/C) by elimination plugs into an electrical outlet. Are you seeing a cable other then this one coming out of the back of monitor?
11/29/2009 10:57:44 PM •
on Nov 29, 2009
Diamond Plus 91 monitor
Have you tried a different cable? It could be broken.
On my Plus 91 with special software (Powerstrip) I can get the refresh rate up to 119Hz at 1024 x 768, but I use 1280 x 960 at 96Hz as it's the highest res I want to use for prolonged periods of time as 96Hz doesn't give me eyestrain no matter how long I stare at this thing.
11/27/2009 12:22:01 AM •
on Nov 27, 2009
Power button won't latch on. Monitor powers up if
Replace the power switch. If you can't find a replacement part open the case and solder the connections of the switch so they will be permanently on. You can place a new switch on the power cable.
11/26/2009 10:29:34 PM •
on Nov 26, 2009
Mitsubishi diamond pro says "no signal"?
You have tried the monitor on more than one known good computer, yes?
I believe about 4" inside this monitor in the back the vga cable or connector connects to a board with an in-line connector. Can you see if this connector (internal to the monitor) in connected?
Not finding what you are looking for?