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More likely to be the fuse for the backlight inverter circuits rated at 3.5 or 4Amps. It is PICO fuse.
The transistors that drive the inverter transformers may have been damaged, should check them out before installin a new fuse. In the mean time you can use 1 to 2 Ohms 1/2 Metal Oxide (MOX) resistor in place of the fuse, if the resistor overheatand open up then you have shorts circuits.
Basic LCD monitor and LCD TV troubleshooting guide:
I had the same problem with my 22" X2Gen, first the monitor started what looked like a random color temperature shift, ie the screen would switch between a yellowish and blueish tint, then it wouldn't turn on and the amber standy by light flashed on and off. I took it apart and replaced the 2 220uF25V capicators with 2 220uF35V caps I got at radio shack, part number 272-1029. Don't worry about the voltage mismatch I'm pretty sure it doesn't matter, the voltage is the maximum the cap can withstand and has nothing to do with the voltage in the circuit. The caps are located on the board that the AC cord plugs directly into, it has a plastic (almost feels like paper) sheild, the caps are marked C812 and C813 on the circuit board. There was no 47uF35V cap that I could find, anyway replacing the two did the trick, all for under $3, I almost went out and bought a new monitor ;) Hope that helps.
I have exact same problem but mine happened to 2 of my x2gen monitors at the same time,really strange.
One was purchased 01/07 and the second 04/07
Took my PC in, no problems
Took one of the x2gen in,was told monitor is bad
How could both monitors go bad at the same time???????
Effective November 16th, 2007, Computer World Solution, Inc. (trade name "X2Gen")
was declared a debtor under Chapter 11 of the United States Bankruptcy Code in
the Northern District of Illinois Bankruptcy Court. As of the effective date,
the Debtor's ordinary course operations have been discontinued.
The bankruptcy case number is 07-21123 and further information can be
obtained through the U.S. Bankruptcy Court Northern District of Illinois
Electronic Filing System, (https://ecf.ilnb.uscourts.gov/). You can
view the Petition that was
filed as well as the Consent
which the company provided to the court.