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Here is the user's guide for your monitor:
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http://www.planar.com/media/222919/mn-planar-px2710mw.pdf

Planar PX2710MW... | Answered on May 10, 2016

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Planar PX2710MW frequency out-of-range


After a computer reboot, about 8 out of 10 times the monitor would display a blue "frequency out of range" message. It would take several power off/on cycles for the monitor to finally display Microsoft Windows.

I called Planar tech support. They were super-nice. After about 15 minutes in which I shared my screen with them, the tech suggested I go into thePX2710MW's main menu (i.e. "Button 1") and then click "memory recall".

Problem solved! Wow.

on Feb 26, 2016 | Planar PX2710MW Monitor


The Planar PX2210MW is notorious for bad electrolytic capacitors. Specifically capacitor C804 on the power supply board. . This is a 1000uF 25volt capacitor. That capacitor was usually made by Hermei and it was purple. Normally, the top of a capacitor will be flat. When it fails, it will be curved upward and there may be some brown material leaking out.
If the monitor still will not work after replacing C804, the problem could be Q805 or Q806. These are located on the under side of the board. They are small black surface mounted chips. There are 8 pins on these chips. I have seen both AO4620 and APM4548A part numbers used. These chips contain a pair of MOSFET transistors. One transistor is n-channel and the other is p-channel. Look for a short in one of the transistors. I have repaired several of these monitors. C804 is always bad. How ever, in three cases, Q805 or Q806 was also bad 12c1ec2c-5a6d-4352-af31-150a0a92514c.jpg c9a53aae-2999-45c7-ad78-44ba51ac5a6c.jpg 795d93fe-9678-46c2-820a-767bea9babb0.jpg

Planar PX2710MW... | Answered on Aug 29, 2014


the curcuit board would have a little corrosion use methalated spirits and an old tooth brush to clean it off

Planar PX2710MW... | Answered on Nov 17, 2013


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Planar PX2710MW... | Answered on Apr 21, 2011


No, there is no microphone listed in the specs, just integrated speakers

Planar Computers... | Answered on Aug 03, 2015


I use either VGA or HDMI connectors to connect to an external monitor.
I'm not sure what you're asking on the "power cord". Are you asking about the charging "brick" and such? Or?

Planar Computers... | Answered on Jun 02, 2015


You will need to go to advanced settings under resolution options and set the display to 60hz refresh rate then go back to resolution and set your native, the problem is its probably trying to default to 75hz and is causing an issue

Planar Computers... | Answered on Apr 22, 2015


Try Another Monitor---If OK--Problem Is With Your Monitor---If Does The Same Thing--Problem With Computer Video.

Planar Computers... | Answered on Mar 18, 2015

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