I have been given a ProView CY 765 flat screen
Usually the pin looks like a lap top power adapter cord and the slots are on the back side it could be a standard power cord that looks like a computer cord as well. It is there check the sides out as well look all over it is there. Look between where the stands upper mount underneath that area.
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Proview Pro 17...
on Aug 03, 2018
ENERGY SAver is stuck on
I know it's an older post, but you still may be waiting an answer:
What is probably happening is Your power board is failing to maintain power enough to run the bulbs and the rest.
That is why it takes long to start up and why it goes into sleep mode.
Does the power button stay lit (getting signal) or turn to amber (sleep mode) or does it flash.
on May 06, 2018
"IF YOU HAVE THE ON FOR A FEW SECONDS AND THEN OFF PROBLEM, DONT REPLACE ANYTHING UNTILL YOU HAVE TRIED THIS"
hey guys i have the 2second problem aswell but!, i was just about to throw mines away when i can stumbled across away how to get it working proper again and again and again!. ive seen lots of help pages like this where everyone is talkin about replacing parts, but if u screen flicks on and then off it should work with my quick fix. heres how and i hope it works for you.
Boot up ur pc as u would usually and wait awhile untill you think everything has loaded up or has reached the logon stage.
Then if you look carefully at ur screen and press the menu button you should be able to see it thery faintly (i shine a lamp at it to see better).
Then i cycle through OSD (on screen disply) menu using the up or down buttons on my monitor untill i see the "AUTO" option. at this stage i press MENU button "2 times"
Then i cycle through the OSD untill i see the "RESET" option and again i press the MENU button to confirm the reset.
Then simply press the power button to switch it off and then back on....HEY PRESTO! it working again.
I have told 11 people this fix and they all reported back that it works for them 2. this method should work every time aslong as you stiil can see the green LED on ur monitor.
on Apr 20, 2018
Turn on the computer and
The simplest test would be to try another monitor. If it shuts off, the graphics card is overheating, or the PS in the computer, or the processor. If the result is that everything continues as it should, the original monitor is overheating or otherwise failing.
Proview PL 566s...
on Mar 08, 2018
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