Question about ViewSonic VX910 19" LCD Monitor
Replacing the fuse twice is OK but going beyond that doesn't make sense.
I don't know where the fuse is located in the circuit, AC input or some output point.
If it is the main AC fuse, the main power supply is probably faulty and one needs some experience to locate the shorted component.
If it is on the output side you have a shorted part and the above admonition applies; you need some training to know what you are looking for.
If the supply is on a separate board as is common, look for a part (assembly) number and do a search to see if there are companies offering repairs on that supply; if not, you may get stuck buying a new one and there is no guarantee that the supply didn't fail for a reason. You could have a 'downstream' problem that killed the supply.
Posted on Oct 10, 2008
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