Question about BenQ FP71G 17" LCD Monitor
I had the same problem and found that Q808, Q809 and Q805 had failed and which if left long enough can also cause PF801 to fail. I also replaced all of the electrolytic capacitors during the rebuild as it was only a few dollars to do so.
Although in my case Q815, Q816 and Q812 were fine I suspect that they may also fail in time.
Here are the parts which should be available at most electronic stores or online.
Q808 & Q809 - 2SC5707
Q805 - IRFU9024N
PF801 - 3 AMP PICO FUSE
Posted on Jan 22, 2009
check your power supply and power cable and check your monitor cable if its not damaged..or try your monitor to another computer..
Posted on Jan 19, 2010
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