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I was given a faulty f1703 by someone as it was out of warranty, had no help from HP and bought another brand replacement.
Same problem everyone else seems to be having. Press the on button, came on for a second or so and then went blank. Press button again, turn on again and the same happened.
I managed through trying time and again after pressing on to quickly press menu, then go down to Factory settings, press select, go down to Yes and press select again. This reset to the Factory settings and it seems to be working okay. Been like this now for about a week. I don't know how long it will last - if it goes again will try re-soldering. Guess I won't be buying HP products as this was a part of a very expensive system.
I would try to reset to factory settings first see if that does the trick
these are specific instructions for a pavilion vf52 lcd, i imagine they are the same across the board....try it and see how you get on
Adjusting the Factory Recall
To recall factory settings back you should follow the
1 Bring-up the OSD “Main Menu”.
2 Use the ‘+’ or ‘—’ button to move (forward
or backward) to the factory recall icon and
3 Press the ‘Select’ button to activate the factory
hope this helps, let me know if i can be of further help