How to Troubleshoot a Hyundai LCD Monitor

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LCD, or Liquid Crystal Display, monitors use tiny crystals to filter light and create images that you can see. Hyundai IT, an offshoot of Hyundai Electronics, makes LCD monitors in a large range of sizes and features. If your monitor begins to have issues it can reduce the quality of your computer or television experience, or even end it altogether. Specific issues may need specific instructions, but there are some general troubleshooting steps that can help resolve many monitor issues.

Things You'll Need

  • Remote control
  • Check the power cord to make sure that both ends are firmly plugged in. Remove the power cord from any surge protectors and plug the cord directly into the wall. Also use another working electronic device to make sure that the outlet is getting power.

  • Remove and reinsert all cables into the back of the Hyundai monitor. A poor connection with a cable can cause the picture not to show up at all, or for weird colors to show up with the picture. Check both ends of the cables to make sure that they are firmly plugged in.

  • Press the source button on the front of the monitor to change the input device to a different one. If the issue goes away when using another input device, then the problem isn’t with the monitor, but with that device or cable. You can also press the channel button to change the channel, since Hyundai monitors can function as a television.

  • Press the volume up button on the front of the monitor and press the “mute” button on the top of the remote. Then go into the “Sound” menu by pressing the menu button and moving the cursor to “Sound” and pressing “OK.” Check the balance field to make sure that all speakers are being supplied a signal, then check the equalizer field to make sure that sound is being produced. Press “Exit” when you are done changing these settings.

  • Press the “Menu” button on the remote. Then use the up and down arrow buttons to choose the “DTV Channel” icon and press “OK.” Then scroll down to the “Factory Set” option and press “OK.” Scroll down to the “Load Factory Default” option and hit “OK.” It will ask for a password, just enter four zeros. There will be a warning that all the settings and channels will return to the factory default, select “Yes” to reset the monitor.

  • Contact Hyundai IT, or your monitor reseller, if the monitor continues to have issues, as it may need to be replaced.

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