Question about BenQ FP547 15" LCD Monitor
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Its a problem with the inverter. check the 4 transistors, C5707 near the connectors for the backlight. If none are defective, look for the PF751 FUSE. It sure to be busted.You can replace that with another 3A fuse. Remember, you should only replace the fuse if you are certain there are no busted transistors in the inverter board. Otherwise, you now have a refurbished Benq Monitor
Posted on Jan 07, 2008
Had the compete dark screen problem. Green/amber power light was coming on and off as expected but no image would appear on the screen.
Found PF751 to be open.
Thnaks for the help people.
Posted on Oct 08, 2008
I had the same problem and found that Q808, Q809 and Q805 had failed and which if left long enough can also cause PF801 to fail. I also replaced all of the electrolytic capacitors during the rebuild as it was only a few dollars to do so.
Although in my case Q815, Q816 and Q812 were fine I suspect that they may also fail in time.
Here are the parts which should be available at most electronic stores or online.
Q808 & Q809 - 2SC5707
Q805 - IRFU9024N
PF801 - 3 AMP PICO FUSE
Posted on Jan 22, 2009
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I came across a common fault problem in BenQ 17′ LCD Monitor. The problem is have power but no display. Once you has opened the LCD cover, check the pico fuse for open circuit (very common), the push pull transistors C5707 for short circuit and the Buck royer circuit p-channel fet FQU11P06 also for short circuit too. For your information, if you can't get the FQU11p06 you can always use FU9024N as a replacement. Resolder all the high voltage transformer pins and replace the components above and I'm sure you will bring back the life of this BenQ 17′ LCD Monitor.
You may go to this fairchild semiconductor website to download the spec of the FQU11P06 P-channel FET.
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