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HP1730 TFT monitor not powering on

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I have HP1730 TFT monitor. Not not powering on.
Any one can help me to solve the problem?

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  • raj16 Sep 18, 2008

    I checked power cable & fuse its good. but there is no power in the monitor.

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There are multiple circuits for this model. I suspect your model is PE1237. If so this model frequently has bad solder connections at the AC socket. Also capacitor 2119 or capacitors 2041 & 2031 can cause no power up. They normally are bulging if bad.
If your model is PE1238 (BenQ), you may see bulging capacitors in the power supply.(1000uf/25v)
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Hi check socket if there is current, or try connect another power cable to your monitor, (check fuse) if nothing happend your monitor is damage.

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