Question about Acer AL1912 19" LCD Monitor
My moniter has no power light and doesent come on now. it worked earlier today.
Disassemble the monitor and check the power board for blown capacitors. To do this remove the 4 screws holding the back on, unclip the cover where the stand is fixed to the screen chassis and remove 4 further screws securing the stand. Carefully prize off the bezel (I found a mid sided flat blade screwdriver inserted and slid sideways with an occasional gentle twist worked well, I started at the bottom of the sreen so if I made a mark interting the blade it would not show). Unscrew but do not disconnect the wires to the keyboard board so it moved enough to allow the back cover to be slipped off. Remove two screws and slide off the EMI cover. You should now see the power board - the one the power cable plugs into. Check the capacitors - its likely you will see one or more have blown and are bulging. Replacements cost approx 50p / 1$ each you will need good de/soldering skills, soldering iron and solder ****** or desolder braid. This voids any warrantee - but then if you had warrantee you wouldn't fix it yourself anyway. Note that all the above is based on UK spec monitor.
Posted on Oct 20, 2008
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