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Monitor Will Not Power Up ¶
I've tried different outlets, but my monitor still will not turn on.
Power Cord Not Plugged In ¶
Before opening you monitor, make sure that it is plugged into the power outlet and that your outlet is working properly.
Power Button Not Pressed ¶
Press the power button, which is located to the right, below the screen of the monitor. The green light should appear if the monitor is working properly. If no light appears, this indicates that you may need to replace the power supply board. A complete guide on how to replace the Power Supply Board can be found in this link. click here
Damaged Circuit Board ¶
If you have properly turned on the power and made sure that your power outlet is working, and still the monitor will not turn on, then this may be due to your Power Button Circuit Board being damaged. For steps on how to replace your Power Button Circuit Board, follow the instructions in this link. click here
Power But No Display ¶
I made sure that I have power, but I still do not have a display on my monitor screen.
Bad LCD Module ¶
If there is no display on the monitor, then you may need to modify your monitor's settings. You can adjust the settings by pressing the Menu button in front of the monitor. If nothing appears, you will more than likely need to replace the LCD Module. For a complete guide on how to replace the LCD Module, follow this link. click here
No VGA Connection ¶
If you can see the monitor settings, but you are not able to get an output signal from your computer, then you may have an issue with your VGA input. Make sure that VGA plug is plugged in properly and all of the pins are undamaged. If you still do not get a display on your screen, then you may need to replace the Video Display Board. Please follow this link for steps on replacing the Video Display Board. click here
Display is Discolored ¶
My monitor does not display correct colors.
Incorrect Monitor Settings ¶
Press the "Auto" button in your monitor's menu and it should refresh the settings.
Faulty Video Display Board ¶
If you are experiencing poor color resolution and running the "Auto" adjust in the screen menu does not correct the problem, then there is a chance that your Video Display Board is going out. Please follow this link for steps on replacing the Video Display Board. click here
Monitor Flickers On and Off ¶
My monitor turns on and off.
Bad Power Supply ¶
The flickering may be due to one of the capacitor not working properly in the Power Supply Board. If this is the case, the Power Supply Board must be replaced. For steps on replacing the Power Supply Board, please follow this link. click here