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Black Screen I can plug the monitor up the power light comes on green, I hear something click's twice, but don't fell any static on screen

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  • evileyes Sep 14, 2008

    Question where is the inverter located in the monitor?

  • evileyes Sep 14, 2008

    Hey thanks for trying but I have no clue so just went and bought another one but thanks for the help.

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HEY...It's seems your evileyes had burnt a holes to your backlight inverter. Hehehe... Well, you need a new inverter or you can fix it yourself... by replaced a capacitors. Good lucks!

Posted on Sep 14, 2008

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    Cj T Sep 14, 2008

    Evileyes,



    If you had a LCD monitor, your inverter is located in were you plugged your power cord. If you had a LCD monitor with a AC Adapter. Then the inverter located inside, it's a rectangle piece on the left hand side. Don't forget to checked you AC Adapter too...seeing if it have power or not. With power it should lite green. If not, you will need to replaced the capacitors too. But if you got a CTR monitor...

    don't bother to fixed...get a new LCD monitor. Hehehe.... Have a nice weekend!

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