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Re: [vox-tech] Monitor

On Sunday, September 19, 2010 08:54:34 am jimbo wrote:
> Saw last week that someone fixed their monitor woes w/ a new cable.
> Well dejavu my monitor just went out.  It was just like a light switch.  I
> was doing god knows what and poof...blackness.  The little light was on so
> I knew I was getting power.
> I unplugged the signal cord.  It would usually give some sort of msg as
> search for signal but no.  No menu either.
> I let it cool down-same.  Plugged in my back up monitor (good thing I
> didn't sell it!) and now I can be a part of the internet again.
> I wonder what went wrong?  To me it is junk so I will probably tear into it
> and see if I can fix something.  After all, I am a mechanic and I can fix
> anything! Kidding.
> Any ideas?  Nice samsung 21" lcd. Hope I don't have to throw it away.
> Jimbo
I had a similar problem with a Sharp LCD when the inverter for the backlight 
went out.  If this happens again and the backlight is off, you can shine a 
flashlight into the black screen from the front and you should be able to see 
part of the screen 

Jeff DeFay
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