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Monitor turns off after 4-5 seconds

19 in proview lcd monator, got it around a year and a half ago at wal-mart. model number pl926wbi 900w...

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  • Anonymous Sep 06, 2008

    pl1700-bk.. monitor turns off after 4-5-sec...if i unplug it.. replug : on of 4-5 sec. and off again (black sreen) whats the promb?

  • Anonymous Sep 17, 2008

    I have exactly the same problem with an XA7-17i 700P

  • Anonymous Nov 15, 2008

    Mine does the same sort of power cycling.  It makes a clicking sound from the back of the screen when it shuts off.  Sounds like something is shorting out.


  • Anonymous Feb 17, 2009

    Same problem... Worked fine until yesterday, and I've had it for a year.

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Hi every one, i hope this helps and am proud to say/or not that i am now using my philips php-19x (aka proview 900w/Mag LT916s Model 900p/ Xerox) and yes turn on the monitor 2 seconds screen goes black and the blue power light stay lit, but if you shine a torch onto the screen you can see the lcd display is working, and if you turn the power off and on the cycle starts again, like most of us we checked the web to no avail, untill yesterday. I have been playing with this monitor for 3 months on and off after a kind fellow gave me this monitor for free on uk freecycle and of course i checked all the caps on the psu/inverter pcb and more components all seemed fine checked the ccfl lamps by taking them out of the lcd panel (15 minutes to dismantle) both lamps where fine not orange, a nice bright light, and knowing that if the monitor started woking ok and the back lights did not fail it would run like this for ever until you turned the monitor off / video blanking so i was convinced that there was no fault with the psu/inverter board, and as i stated i found the solution at last (yeh) and here it is many that's to all on the bad caps forum and of course the main man -----barry wilkins-----

Re: Mag LT916s Model 900p 19" LCD dropping like flies

I have got to the bottom of this ,after I got one of scopes out (PM 97) the output of the TL 494 IC was disappearing .The IC seems to crash easily ,I think the oscillator on pins 5&6 actually stops.
I cleaned the whole board with an aerosol of PCB cleaner and heated up the PCB up with a small craft heat gun to quite hot .
I fitted a 0.01 mfd capacitor across the IC pins 12 to 7 to decouple the VSS supply ,because I felt the cause of the IC stopping could be interference based
The monitor now runs for all day with no sign of the backlights cutting out.
I found out this LCD display was made by proview.

Barry Wilkins
john r uk.

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Monitor turns off after 4-5 seconds? This trouble maybe power supply or inverter boards is defective.
first you can test the voltage of the multr,and then check which part is defective.From Wisiny.com can find those parts
if you have any question,please let us know email:service@wisiny.com.thanks,we sincerely hope we can help you!
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