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You may have heard of screens turning off when removed from AC power, but have you heard of screens turning off when plugged in to AC power. I can't find help anywhere, if anyone even knows where to look that'd be nice.
 


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You may have heard of screens turning off when removed from AC power, but have you heard of screens turning off when plugged in to AC power. I can't find help anywhere, if anyone even knows where to look that'd be nice.
Gee my crystal ball is in the shop this week please provide some information as to what this is happening on so that whoever may come around can perhaps help you with this.

Laptop computer / Desktop computer / Big Screen TV.
 
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Gee my crystal ball is in the shop this week please provide some information as to what this is happening on so that whoever may come around can perhaps help you with this.

Laptop computer / Desktop computer / Big Screen TV.
right yeah, sorry, I always forget that.
 
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Device is Lenovo S21e-20 laptop.
You may have heard of screens turning off when removed from AC power, but have you heard of screens turning off when plugged in to AC power. I can't find help anywhere, if anyone even knows where to look that'd be nice.
 

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First thing I'd check is my power options settings for Display brightness when plugged into AC and see what level they are set at.

I'm sure there is a Display brightness setting control level for plugged into AC power.
 
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First thing I'd check is my power options settings for Display brightness when plugged into AC and see what level they are set at.

I'm sure there is a Display brightness setting control level for plugged into AC power.
great news, that worked, terrible news, set it to black and lost the slider :( thanks for the help though.
 
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