Monitor Reset Guide

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    A blinking Green and Amber LED indicator on a monitor indicates that the monitor needs to be reset. Following are the reset procedures for various models. (Note: A blinking Blue and Amber LED indicates a hardware related issue. Monitors experiencing this issue will need to be sent in for repairs.)


    For Models 190/170LX and 201LX


    1) Disconnect the power and the VGA/DVI cables from the back of the monitor. 

    2) Hold down the menu button in the middle and the button to the left of the middle at the same time. Example: O-X-X-O-O

    3) While holding those buttons down, plug the power back into the monitor.

    4) The LED indicator will flash from green to amber. After three sets of this flash, release the menu buttons. Example: Green amber, green amber, green amber, let go.

    5) The LED indicator should now be solid (Green or Amber).*

    6) Reconnect the VGA/DVI cables to the back of the monitor. 



    For models 171LX/191LX, 195UW, and 220UW

    1) Disconnect the power and the VGA/DVI cables from the back of the monitor.

    2) Hold down the menu buttons to the left and the right of the middle at the same time. Example: O-X-O-X-O

    3) While holding those buttons down, plug the power back into the monitor.

    4) The LED indicator will flash from green to amber. After three sets of this flash, release the menu buttons. Expample: Green amber, green amber, green amber, let go.

    5) The LED indicator should now be solid (Green or Amber).*

    6) Reconnect the VGA/DVI cables to the back of the monitor.

     

    *If the reset preocedure does not seem to work, repeat the entire process. At times, it may be necessary to continue holding the menu buttons down until the Energy Star logo appears. 

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