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    lack of power

    Help I have an EM90 TFT monitor.

    Disconnected from the pc about 4 weeks ago.
    Re connected today and im getting no apparent power to the screen?

    As a newbie to this stuff has anyone got any ideas??

    thanks

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    I would check the basic things first - power cable firmly plugged in, both at the wall and into the back of the monitor. Otherwise is there a secondary power switch on the back of the monitor which is in the off position?

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    also check the FUSE mate in the plug

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    thing is the screen plugs directly into the pc and doesnt have a seperate power lead and that lead is plugged in fine!!

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    Are the lights of the screen on? It could just be the connection between your VGA card and the screen

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    no power light comes on..so do you think the card has become disconnected inside?

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    Are you sure the power connector was plugged back in exactly the same way as it came out? They can be slightly confusing in past experience. Also what 'card' do you mean and in what?

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    Are you sure its not in the onboard by accident (not that I've ever done that )
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    yer man, check that there isnt two inputs for vdu's

    could be that windows is outputting to the other one, happened to me on an old comp when i upgraded my onboard gfx to a geforce 4

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    the monitor has no power cable? eh?
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    That just might be your problem
    With love and many thanks,

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